ComfortZone 150watts/m² Electric Underfloor Heating Mats
ComfortZone 150Watts/m2 Electric Underfloor Heating Mats
Underfloor Heating is no longer an expensive luxury extra. An electric underfloor heating system is an easy, affordable and economical way to add luxury to any room.
Comfort Zone 150W electric underfloor heating mats are simple to install. The Self-adhesive mesh means that no additional tapes or adhesives are required and the single ended connection means you only have to return one cable to the thermostat, making planning out your room quick and easy
- Designed for under tiles
- 10 Year warranty
- Matting System for fixed heat output
- Self-adhesive mesh
- Safe & tested beyond 2500V
- 14 Mat Sizes Available
The Advantages of Underfloor Heating
Underfloor Heating isn't by any means a new concept. The concept has been around for hundreds of years and has developed from the original fire powered systems.
However, now, regardless of the area you wish to heat— the living room, bathroom or for your entire house— you can experience the warm, comforting feeling of heat under your feet at the press of a button. A qualified electrician can install our system within hours and you don’t need specialist skills or lots of expensive tools to do it. The heating mat simply lies in the adhesive layer of a tiled floor and, at just 3.5mm thick it won’t significantly raise the level of the floor. You can even install ComfortZone Heating under carpet, laminate, timber or vinyl - providing you spread a 10mm layer of self-levelling compound over the system before laying the floor finish.
The Benefits of the Matting System
- Easy to Install
- Ideal for large regular shaped rooms
- Fully self-adhesive mesh
- Safe & tested beyond 2500V
- Full technical support
- 10 Year Warranty
Relax. You’re protected by our 10 Year Warranty!
Electric Underfloor Heating is one of the most efficient methods of heating available. Depending on individual requirements, insulation levels and building construction, Electric Underfloor Heating can be installed as the only heat source in a room. It can also be used as a supplementary heat source or to take the chill off a tiled floor.
Primary Heat Source
We recommend that if you wish to use Underfloor Heating as your primary heat source, you must ensure that at least 80% of the floor is covered. In older buildings with lower insulation levels or in areas of high heat loss (E.g. A Conservatory or room with large areas of glass), it may be necessary to increase the output to 200W/m2.
Electric Underfloor Heating can also be used as an additional heat source to eliminate the chill of a cold floor. When an existing primary heating system is in place, such as central heating, Electric Underfloor Heating is suitable for providing additional warmth and comfort to the floor and savings can often be made by reducing the temperature settings on the main system.
Heat Up Times
Floor construction and finish will govern heat up times. When Underfloor heating is installed directly beneath the tiles it will have a fast heat up time, in reverse, it will also cool down quickly. Unlike when Underfloor Heating is installed in the slab or a screed, meaning it will take longer to heat up as it is also heating the slab or screed which then hold the heart for longer. Sufficient insulation will greatly reduce heat up times and you will notice the difference on your energy bills. A well-insulated Electric Underfloor Heating system can be up to 50% more efficient than an un-insulated system, especially when managed by one of our programmable thermostats.