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Heat Up Your Conservatory Through Your Flooring

If you have a conservatory, then you know that making and keeping it warm during cold days or in winter can skyrocket your bills. Sure, advances in technology and online marketing have turned this luxury into an affordable accessory but that isn’t enough to convince homeowners to have their own conservatory especially when heating it breaks the bank. What many homeowners don’t know, however, is that there are cost-effective options in the market too.

 

 

What is Underfloor Heating?

 

Underfloor heating or UFH is the use of a heating system under the flooring or a rug to make the floor or room warm. Depending on whether the system is wet or dry, UFH uses electricity or pump-driven water to generate heat.

 

What are the Benefits of UFH?

 

Aside from heating the floor and your whole conservatory, UFH also saves you space and makes your conservatory look better because it’s installed under the surface unlike radiators and heat pumps. Also unlike heat pumps, UFH doesn’t make noise and won’t give you a higher electric bill.

 

As long as the panels in your conservatory are well-insulated, UFH can help control moisture and the growth of mould, bacteria, and viruses when the temperature is set to generate optimal heat. This will minimise the damage mould and damp can make on your furniture. Finally, UFH also minimises burn hazards so you won’t have to worry about scalds when you’re warming up your conservatory.

 

Are there Cons to having UFH?

 

One thing: it will take some time for UFH to heat your conservatory. This obviously doesn’t quite stack up to the number of benefits but is still very important to consider especially in the UK. While a central heating can make your conservatory warm in a matter of minutes, UFH can take fifteen minutes to an hour to warm up a room. This can make it inconvenient under our unpredictable British weather. The only way to get around this is to constantly be aware of tomorrow’s forecast.

 

Heating up your conservatory can take the biggest slice of your electric bill, which makes it important to have a cost-effective heating system. Underfloor heating can give you many benefits but its one and biggest drawback can turn it into a worthless addition to your conservatory.

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