The great advantage of underfloor heating is that the radiant heat is delivered directly to the person. When heating by radiators, the air in the room is heated first, and then the body.

Radiators have the disadvantage that the room air is circulated by heating, which results in dust and dirt being swirled into the air.

Especially for people allergic to house dust, underfloor heating is interesting: the dust remains on the floor. Since the heat is transported even into the smallest corners, practically no moisture is formed. The uniform surface heat also prevents, among other things, the growth of dust mites and the formation of mold. Thus, you can prevent yourself against chronic diseases caused by mold.

Ecologically, underfloor heating has the advantage that the temperature for the heating water can be kept low. This saves energy and protects the environment. Energy sources such as solar panels, heat pumps and modern condensing boilers can supply these low-temperature heaters. Heating water from a normal heating system requires twice the temperature for the same heat output.

Underfloor heating also pays off extremely long life and maintenance-free. With good quality and proper installation, you no longer have to worry about the functioning of your underfloor heating. Copper in particular offers you enormous security here. Copper is incredibly stable and does not experience material aging.

And not to forget: underfloor heating can also cool in the summer. To do this, instead of hot water, simply use cold water.

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