Underfloor Heating FAQ
Underfloor heating is not a new technology – there is archaeological evidence in Manchuria (north-eastern China) dated to 5200 B.C.E. of floors used for living being heated underneath by flues channelling the exhaust from fireplaces.
Around 500 B.C.E., the ancient Romans developed a system that works on much the same principles called hypocausts, whereby raised floors rest upon pillars called pilae stacks, between which the exhaust of furnaces circulates.
Underfloor heating has gained popularity in the UK over the last 10-15 years.
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Please call us for more information or to book an underfloor heating design appointment on 0117 935 2400. We look forward to discussing your underfloor heating needs with you and to being of service!