Efficient Floor Heating Solutions in Sydney
Efficient, silent & invisible
You like to keep every part of your home warm. Even if you keep your heater on, your floors can still feel chillier than the rest of your abode. And that temperature difference can make you feel uncomfortable.
Instead of settling for cold floors and warm indoor air, opt for a better solution: floor heating for your Sydney home. At P.A.P. Heating Solutions, we have years of experience recommending and installing in-floor heating systems. We’ll keep every part of your home warm and you comfortable, whether you live in Sydney or elsewhere in the nation.
Benefit From Radiant Floor Heating
When you turn to our company near Sydney, you trust our experts to provide you the best in radiant floor heating. This material can be easily installed and run, and it is energy efficient. Additionally, the floor heating system is quiet, so you’ll never have to worry about hearing another appliance kick-start and whir while you stay warm.
Our in-floor heating system can also fit into any building project. Whether you’re renovating your home or building a new one, our experts can easily help you install this solution underneath any kind of flooring, including polished concrete, tile, timber and carpet.
Read below to learn more about this floor heating solution. If you have any questions or would like to invest in this flooring system, contact our location nearest you.
In-slab heating & under-tile heating
Floor heating is a term which covers a wide range of heating applications, systems and products. There are a lot of other terms and descriptions commonly used for floor heating concepts – including in floor heating, in-floor heating, underfloor heating, slab heating, in-slab heating, tile heating and under-tile heating.
A lot of these different variations refer to the same general concepts and are basically interchangeable. However there are some heating types and applications which do benefit from differentiation – particularly when prospective purchasers are trying to select the right product for their application.
At P.A.P. we refer to our general range of floor heating (or in-floor heating) solutions – but then draw the distinction between two more specific categories within this range:
In-slab heating uses heating cables embedded in a concrete slab floor to provide heating. The slab stores the heat at night and releases it to provide continuous warmth during the day.
Generally in-slab heating systems are considered for new buildings or projects where they can installed when the slab is poured (although they can also be used in renovations and fitted to some existing buildings).
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Under-tile heating is a floor heating system designed more for existing homes with either cement or timber floors where the heating is provided by in-screed cables.
This type of heating is also known as ‘demand heating’ due to its ability to heat up quickly – which makes it very popular for use in tiled areas – such as bathrooms.
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Regardless of the exact floor heating system installed end users value the silent, allergy-friendly operation, economical running costs, comfort and safety.
Floor heating is often the natural choice for those concerned about air borne allergies and asthma. Floor heating is also a popular choice for nursing homes, child care centres and day spas – where there is a continuous client presence and comfort, health and safety are of the highest importance.
Warmth is evenly distributed from wall to wall due to the heating cables being evenly embedded within the floor. This makes it ideal for children since there are no hot surfaces or dangerous objects to contend with.» more on health benefits of in-floor heating
Zoning for efficiency
Many quality homes and apartments throughout Australia are also enhanced by the unobtrusive presence of P.A.P.Heating Solutions’ superior floor heating products.
To maximise efficiency floor heating should be zoned with each individual zone having separate electronic thermostats (either floor or air sensing). This allows temperature to be adjusted to suit room usage – and create efficiencies that lead to greater savings.
Note: The ELEKTRA VCD and DM twin cable design eliminates the potential for electromagnetic radiation which may be an issue with older single cables in some circumstances.
ELEKTRA VCD and DM cables are also compliant with new electrical wiring regulations AS/NZ3000/2007.
Agents & Stockists
P.A.P. Heating Solutions has the experience and expertise to provide the perfect floor heating system for any application – anywhere in Australia. We offer a full design service – as well as supplying and installing floor heating throughout a nationwide network of agents / stockists – including Thermal Products in Thomastown, Victoria (pictured above) » more