Under floor Heating is not new; the principles go back to Roman times. In Europe it is the system of choice and in some countries accounts for 70% of new heating installations services.

A radiator system transfers energy into the room largely by convection. This convection results in the floor being the coolest part of the room and leaves a mass of warm air at ceiling level. It also picks up fine dust from the floor and distributes it into the air and over the furnishings. This can mean that much of the energy, which had been put into the room, is wasted and not in the area you want it to be.

Radiant energy emitted by the floor is partly reflected by each surface and partly absorbed. Where it is absorbed, that surface becomes a secondary emitter. A wide range of electrical components means The System can have as much or as little control as required.