Milling the floor for installation provides many advantages, such as rapid heating times as the conduits rest directly under the surface, no added floor height and no need to remove existing screed.
As heat rises, the generated warmth always permeates the floor. Additionally, there is air underneath each conduit in the milled channels. Stagnant air is the best isolation material!
No! The floor of your choice can be installed directly on top of the sealed conduits. Unless unlevel floors are present, were a 10-15mm screed may be needed.
Floors will have to be smooth as possible, without lumps or bumps (ie. old tile adhesive, holes etc)
Yes we can install on concrete floors, sand-cement screed floor.
All floors installed post 1995 have insulation already installed, it’s a building regulation, just not as good as current regulations. By saying this the difference is cool down time rate is effected slightly.
Underfloor retrofitting can be installed in any house.
Yes timber and tile floors can be layed on the underfloor as long as the flooring is underfloor rated and the correct adhesive is used.