Conservatories Question

Hi - we want to add underfloor heating to our conservatory. what is the best material to use, wood or some kind of laminate?

3 Answers

Hello in answer to your question we always recommend a 12 to 20 mm thickness wooden floor as this will not feel cold on the foot compared to the thin laminate. They will both conduct the heat from the under floor heating but your probably find you will not need it on as much with the solid flooring.

Many Thanks

Barry

Answered 20th Jun 2011

Major Glass and Glazing

Member since 17 Jun 2011

Hi, we usually install electric under floor heating with ceramic or porcelain tiles over the wiring, wooden flooring will always feel warm under-foot but will be more susceptible to extreme heat fluctuations.
Does the conservatory have existing flooring? and insulation in the concrete? If not an insulation board can be installed prior to tiling or wooden flooring.

Answered 24th Jun 2011

Blue Pennant Properties

Member since 28 May 2011

fact tile is colder than timber other products on finish floor could be polyfloor amtico karndean the matt under the floor can meet most applications speak with varmafloor hucknall notts they have your solution

Answered 11th Jul 2011

jbc building contractors

Member since 1 Feb 2009

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