As the summer slowly approaches its end, many homeowners are taking the chance to get their homes ready for the winter. Although on the whole British winters are becoming milder, last winter was notorious for the number of citizens (mostly pensioners) who perished as a result of the extreme temperatures, cami altı ısıtma sistmeleri the 50 percent increase in gas costs, along with the government's recently implemented austerity measures.
Given the increasing costs of gas and power, homeowners are turning into more affordable and fuel-efficient heating solutions. Because of this reason, underfloor heating is becoming more popular among householders and business owners alike.
A brief background
Contrary to popular belief, underfloor heating is by no means a recent innovation. In fact, its creation could be traced back to the ancient era. Communities who had to reside in extreme winter conditions, such as the people of modern day Alaska and Northern Asia, used to run smoke through underfloor cavities. The smoke warmed the floors and then expanded to different parts of the house.
Rather than smoke, then the Romans used hot air and steam to heat the walls and floors.
The advantages at home
Modern systems have many advantages over other types of heating. To start with, underfloor heating system is more economical than conventional heating systems. Actually, heating your home can be between 15 and 40 per cent cheaper than using radiator-based systems. Installation costs on newly-built houses are also lower.
In the next place, halı altı ısıtma the heating supplied by underfloor heating systems reaches virtually every corner of a space, as opposed to what occurs with drains, which are inclined to concentrate the heat around them while other areas of the room remain chilly.