FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
While radiator heating is standard in Europe and all around the world, New Zealanders have recently just started benefiting from the system. We know you may have some questions…
SOME THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Radiator and underfloor systems share the same high level of comfort but each method has unique characteristics which suit some applications better than others. Underfloor central heating is the most discrete and most comfortable form of central heating and provides a constant temperature day and night. It won’t compromise the interior of the house either as the water circulates through the pipes encapsulated within the slab, and you will also enjoy nice warm flooring.
On the other hand, modern radiators emit warmth via a combination of natural convection and radiant heat and has the most flexible control. They are suitable for a renovation or new build projects that use concrete or timber floor construction.
No, the two water systems are kept separate. The hot water for taps and showers is either heated up instantaneously on demand, or stored in a hot water cylinder which is heated via an internal coil to keep the two bodies of water apart.
BE OUR NEXT SUCCESS STORY
We’d love for you to be our next success story and get you on your way to a healthier, more comfortable home. If you are interested in central underfloor or radiator heating – get in touch today.