Heating outdoor areas with underfloor heating is a growing request at Comfort Heat. Ambient heat is difficult to contain but you can keep outdoor areas dry and warm underfoot when needed.
Electric and hydronic heating systems can be installed in areas as small as 50m2. Areas under 80m2 can become costly to set up with a hydronic system and typically an electric system is installed.
Warm outside underfoot areas when needed.
Electric screed underfloor heating is installed directly on the sub floor and must be covered by a sand and cement screed. Electric screed system has a fast response time and will heat up within 1-2 hours.
Electric thin mat underfloor heating is used when no screed is being laid, due to floor height limitations. Adding minimal height to your floor levels, the thin mat system sits within the tiles glue. A thin layer of Ardit can be laid on top at your tilers’ discretion. Electric thin mat system has a fast response time and will heat up within 1-2 hours.
Hydronic screed underfloor heating has a fast response time. Any type of floor covering can be installed on top of screed underfloor heating providing you do not penetrate the sand and cement screed. Outdoor areas can be separated from interior areas so it need only be used as required.
All products are available in DIY kits and controlled via a floor sensing thermostat ensuring a consistent and comfortable temperature.