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Cold point: air conditioning and heating  solutions
Cold point: air conditioning and heating solutions

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Under Floor Heating System

The under floor heating system distributes hot water through a system of pipes under the floor.
The pipes can be installed under all almost all types of flooring including parquet, floor tiles (including marble, granite and ceramic) and more.
All you see is a thermostat installed in the room’s wall to regulate the temperature.
The system used for under floor heating allows for the uniform distribution of heat throughout the home.
This is a significant advantage over other heating solutions, even air conditions where the most heat is concentrated around the heating unit itself and, further away from the unit, it can be considerably less warm. Because heat distribution is uniform, so the temperature remains the same throughout the house or apartment.
The system has a number of other, prominent benefits. These include the fact that it uses very little energy than any other system you choose.
Also, as it operates silently, you not only won’t see the under floor heating system, you also won’t hear it.

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A significant seasonal saving

An under floor heating system lets you enjoy the best possible conditions for heating the home in terms of the cost of raw materials, the efficiency of heat distribution and the efficiency with which the heat is generated.
For example, heating one square meter of a poorly insulated and badly sealed home located at a high elevation uses 144 Kw/Hours of electricity over the winter months.
The cost for heating a three or four roomed apartment can reach thousands of NIS.
In contrast, the use of natural gas combined with the efficiency of an under floor heating system can result in savings of thousands of NIS.

Available Under Floor Heating Systems

There are two methods in use today for under floor heating systems.
The first system uses a network of water pipes extending to all the rooms, connected to heating units (using diesel and solar collectors) which distributes heat throughout the home.
The second system uses electricity and requires the laying of electrical heating units, covered by a layer of

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thermal insulation, under the floor.

 

Want to know more? – Click here to see the advantages of an under floor heating system

 

Cost of an Under Floor Heating System

The cost of an under floor heating system can run into tens of thousands of NIS.
Those who can afford the investment will save considerable sums over the long term.
Needless to say, there are a number of payment options, including installments, available for the purchase and installation of an under floor heating system.

The payments will be offset by the savings in your electricity bills which won’t be as high as with other heating systems.

Every winter, you pay thousands of NIS to cover the cost of electrical heating. So, in a relatively short period, you’ll recoup your investment.

A significant seasonal saving

An under floor heating system lets you enjoy the best possible conditions for heating the home in terms of the cost of raw materials, the efficiency of heat distribution and the efficiency with which the heat is generated.
For example, heating one square meter of a poorly insulated and badly sealed home located at a high elevation uses 144 Kw/Hours of electricity over the winter months.

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The cost for heating a three or four roomed apartment can reach thousands of NIS.
In contrast, the use of natural gas combined with the efficiency of an under floor heating system can result in savings of thousands of NIS.

 

How much does it really cost? Read this: The Price and Costs of an Under Floor Heating System

 

Will the system heat rooms with high ceilings?

definitely! Since heat rises evenly from the floor, at a uniform and relatively slow pace, then the entire space quickly reaches the required temperature – even when the room has a higher ceiling.
The system operates with a thermostat that prevents concentrations of heat in specific spots around the room or gusts of wind that are characteristic of other heating technologies.
In the case of an under floor heating system, people in the home are free of all of these effects.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the system shut down in a power failure?
Does the temperature have to be the same in all of the rooms?
How long does it take the system to heat a space?
In the under floor heating system safe?