Discover the perfect underfloor heating solution for your home with Revolve Electrical in New Zealand. Our expert team offers tailored advice on the best heating systems and provides professional installation services to ensure optimal comfort and efficiency.
Underfloor heating offers a premium and highly efficient solution for home heating. Despite the initial installation cost being higher, the long-term benefits make it a cost-effective choice. With minimal maintenance requirements, underfloor heating provides unparalleled comfort and exceptional design flexibility.
Experience the luxurious warmth underfoot that underfloor heating provides, along with its ability to evenly distribute heat throughout your entire house, eliminating cold spots and draughts. Say goodbye to unsightly ducting, wall units, or floor consoles as all the components remain hidden from view, preserving the aesthetics of your space.
Tailor your comfort with underfloor heating by setting different temperatures for each zone, allowing you to achieve your ideal comfort level while conserving energy by turning off heating in unused rooms. To optimise efficiency, proper insulation of the underfloor space, including the concrete foundations, is essential.
It's important to note that underfloor heating does not provide cooling during the summer months. If cooling is desired, some homeowners choose to supplement their system with a heat pump, offering both heating and cooling capabilities.
Choose between electric or hydronic (hot water) systems for your underfloor heating in New Zealand, depending on your specific needs and circumstances. Factors to consider include the desired heating area and whether you are constructing a new building or retrofitting an existing one.
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Electric underfloor heating systems use flexible heating elements - cables, mats, or mesh - to heat the floor. They are easy to install under tiles, floorboards or carpet and are ideal for retrofitting into existing homes.
Stiebel Eltron makes mats designed for under-tile heating, a popular choice in bathroom renovations. The mats are available in two styles – the first is designed for under-tile installation (the underfloor heating system) and the second type is an under-tile heating mat designed for installation in showers. The in-shower underfloor heating mat can help prevent mould by heating the shower base and drying the area quickly.
Hydronic underfloor heating systems are ideal for new builds and best suited for homes with large floor ideas. Instead of heating the floor with electric mats or cables, they use polyethylene pipes filled with water and an anti-freeze fluid.
The water is heated to 65 degrees and then passes through the pipes, circulating through the floors in a closed loop.
The Stiebel Eltron system heats the water with an air source heat pump, which extracts free heat energy from the air and converts it into useful heat. A heat pump hydronic system is more efficient than an electrical underfloor system, in much the same way that a heat pump is more efficient than an electric convection heater.
It is recommended that a warm up underfloor heating system be run continuously over the colder months, as it takes much longer to heat up than other forms of heating. Once heated, however, the floor retains the heat for a long time.
If you want help choosing an underfloor heating system to suit your needs in New Zealand, our team is here to help. We can design and install a warmup underfloor heating solution that suits your lifestyle and your home.
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