Architects and building designers have to constantly think of innovative ways to incorporate smart technology into their builds. Customers building new homes or renovating old structures look to prioritise sustainability while decreasing their carbon footprint. Homeowners seek energy-saving solutions as well as smarter appliances that contribute to their wellbeing.
Comfort Heat in Sydney can help architects and designers with the right home heating solution for their clients.
Why you should offer underfloor heating
Increasingly popular across Australia, radiant heat or underfloor heating meets a range of demands for thermal temperature, sustainable operating costs, health and safety among many more. When compared to more traditional methods of heating, underfloor heating delivers several benefits to homeowners.
Even, ambient heat
Underfloor heating provides homes and other buildings with an even, ambient heat that circulates warmth gently. It works by warming the surfaces, resulting in an environment that has no cold or hot zones.
Safer and healthier heat
Underfloor heating systems eliminate the typical hazards of conventional heating systems where one may accidentally burn themselves on hot radiators or get their fingers stuck in vents. Occupants also needn’t worry about forced airflows pushing around and spreading bacteria and allergens.
More energy efficient
Recommend underfloor heating to your customers for better energy efficiency. With its unique method of heating a space, underfloor heating allows people to enjoy the same thermal comfort in an environment that’s actually a few degrees cooler.
Underfloor heating systems are also designed with adaptive function, allowing digital thermostats to predict when the floor heating should be turned on; this means no energy is wasted when the room is unoccupied.
Builders, designers and architects should consider Comfort Heat’s DIY heating kits so that they can more easily offer them to their customers.
Comfort Heat offers DIY electric heating kits and DIY hydronic heating kits, both customised to the individual requirements of each client. The DIY kit includes the materials needed to install in underfloor heating, a full design manual, an operational manual, an installation guide, custom schematics, a layout guide and phone support from Comfort Heat’s expert technicians.
Customers must ensure electric underfloor cables are installed by a qualified electrician. Hydronic heating kits exclude standard plumbing materials such as lagging, saddles and copper.
Types of electric floor heating
Electric floor heating systems include in-screed, ultra-thin, in-slab and under carpet/timber options.
Types of hydronic floor heating
Hydronic floor heating systems include gas, heat pump, wood stove, solar, in-slab, in-screed, under timber, and radiator.