Perfect for new builds and major refurbishments
With a water-based underfloor heating system, a series of pipes are connected to a boiler via a manifold, it circulates warm water throughout the floor to heat the space. Because the heat emitted from an underfloor system is more evenly distributed than a single radiator, the system can use water at a lower temperature. So it's a more efficient way of heating your home.
Underfloor heating is generally associated with stone or tiled floors, but you can fit it in a carpeted room - you'll just need to ensure that the carpet and underlay isn't so dense that it stops the heat moving upwards (a tog of no more than 2.5 is a general rule of thumb).