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Conservatory Heating

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  • Underfloor heating is recommended

Underfloor heatingThere are several options available for heating your conservatory but you need to consider these in the planning stages. If your existing central heating system has sufficient capacity it’s a simple matter to add one or two radiators although note that they must have the facility to be turned off separately from the original system. Alternatively, electric radiators are a straightforward option.

However, radiant underfloor heating is gaining in popularity and can be used under tiled, slate and even timber flooring, thanks to the introduction of a special heating element from Flexel International.

Underfloor heating certainly has definite advantages:

  • Low running costs
  • Maintenance free
  • Reduced dust circulation
  • Invisible
  • Frees up wall and floor space
  • Easy installation

Go to www.conservatoriesonline.com/underfloor_heating.htm to read more.

 

   
     
 
     
   

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