Electricians fitting underfloor heating.

Are you tired of freezing cold floors in winter? Fortunately, there’s no need to tolerate concrete floors that are uncomfortably cold underfoot ever again, as solutions are available, including a variety of radiant underfloor heating solutions like in-slab, in-screed and ultra-thin floor heating, all of which we offer at Comfort Heat in Warriewood, Sydney for new and existing homes.

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Electricians fitting underfloor heating.

When planning home improvement projects, like installing new energy-efficient heated floors, it isn’t uncommon for homeowners to worry about the choices they make. After all, home underfloor heating projects can be costly, and depending on the scale and scope, the project may involve significant financial outlay. That means it’s essential to compare several quotes before choosing a company to install your new heated floors. Whether it’s in-slab, in-screed, under-tile or under-carpet with heating, you need to make sure you the quote you choose really is the right one.

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Electricians fitting underfloor heating.

For those with DIY experience who are used to carrying out complex and complicated home improvement projects, a DIY electric underfloor heating kit that comes complete with heating cables or mats, thermostat, floor sensors and detailed instructions may be ideal and a project you can’t wait to get started on. However, for those who lack experience, is a DIY electric underfloor heating kit the right choice, or is it something that’s best left to the professionals?

Professional underfloor heating installations are always preferable, but with quality DIY kits on the market (Comfort Heat offers an excellent range of DIY kits), many people now choose to install their own heated floors and save themselves money on installation costs. If you’re considering installing your own floor heating at home, here are a few things that you’ll need to think about. What’s more, if you’re not 100% sure that you’re up to the task, leave it to the on-site tradies and have the specialists at Comfort Heat install your underfloor heating for you.

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Electricians fitting underfloor heating.

Is under-carpet flooring safe? That’s a question often asked in relation to underfloor heating solutions and it’s completely understandable why people worry about safety when exploring their heated floor options. The answer to that question is ‘Yes’, under-carpet flooring is safe and suitable for use in your home, as it’s specifically developed to provide effective, energy-efficient and invisible heating under carpeted and floating timber floors.

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Electricians fitting underfloor heating.

Tired of cold floors in winter and thinking of installing heated floors at home? An underfloor heating system can be an energy-efficient and cost-effective way to heat your home and keep it comfortable during the colder months of the year but, naturally, you need to choose a system that’s suitable for your home and the needs of your household.

While technological improvements tend to make most new home heating systems on the market more energy-efficient than preceding models, you’ll still need to choose the right model from the wide range on the market. And you’ll also need to make the right buying decisions, like electric or hydronic underfloor heating, and choose the most suitable installation design for your floors — in-slab heating, in-screed heating or an ultra-thin heat mat.

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Woman walking in the house on the warm floor.

Underfloor heating solutions have reached new levels of functionality and effectiveness, with most new systems even able to be integrated with the latest home automation systems to deliver the highest levels of comfort and convenience homeowners have ever experienced.

While there are so many new and amazing options with the electric and hydronic underfloor heating systems that can revolutionise the comfort and convenience you enjoy at home, it’s still important to pay attention to the finer details of these systems, including temperature consistency. Not only is maintaining a consistent temperature important for comfort, it’s also important for energy-efficiency, which is an important aspect of any home heating system.

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Pipe fitter mounted underfloor heating.

Whether it’s your home or an investment property, the right underfloor heating system can deliver outstanding returns on investment and make it more appealing to prospective tenants or homebuyers when you decide to sell. In Sydney, as in all metropolitan areas, the housing market is extremely competitive and property owners must look for ways to enhance the value of homes and investment properties. Astute home improvements, like underfloor heating systems, could be an excellent way to enhance property value and appeal.

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Underfloor heating in a main room.

For homeowners who need an underfloor heating solution at home that enables you to only heat the areas you want to heat, zone-controlled floor heating is a popular option that’s suitable for most homes. Long gone are the days when homeowners were limited to floor heating systems that heated the entire home as a single zone and could be very expensive to run. And with a variety of electric underfloor heating solutions available, including electric in-screed, in-slab, ultra-thin, under-timber and under-carpet floor heating systems, you’re sure to find the right system for the requirements of your household.

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Electric underfloor heating system installation in bathroom. Worker align cement with roller

Everyone dreads the feeling of going into your bathroom in a cold winter’s night. That’s one of the reasons why more and more people are opting for underfloor heating. There’s nothing quite like getting into your bathroom in the middle of winter, and having your feet fell toasty and warm.  

A lot of people have concerns about underfloor heating, however, when the technology is used in the bathroom  Will the floor get too hot? Will my children be exposed to dangerous electricity? Is it safe for me, or for my family? In short, when you use a professional product and installer, there’s nothing to fear. 

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