Underfloor heating is the type of heating made by passing hot water through the pipes laid at regular intervals in the screed on the floor. In some special applications, instead of pipes, electric heating is the method of heating using cables and sheets. Unlike other heating systems, in underfloor heating, heat is radiated to the space by radiation (`and above '). Consequently, comfortable heating is provided even at low room temperatures. Floor heating does not make dust.
Underfloor heating does not support the survival of mite insects and is healthy. This is because underfloor heating systems, which have been calculated and applied in accordance with their original and actual amounts of heat, create a living environment that is uniform and suitable for human anatomy.
It has a longer life than radiator systems. Because Pe-x pipes are used in underfloor heating systems, their lifetime is at least 50 years depending on the operating temperature and pressure. Because the radiators are made of metal, their lifetime against corrosion is shorter.