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BIM (Building Information Modelling) supports and assists you in planning projects, making life easier for professionals specifying underfloor heating systems (UFH).

We have created Revit familes with integrated intelligent assistance to help you reach a complete system in the fastest way possible, significantly reducing time spent on design.

Our Revit families help you reach a 100% accurate representation of the way our systems will actually be installed, easily and without the use of product catalogues.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Our surface heating and cooling systems are compatible with virtually all types of floor covering. The best floor coverings for use with surface heating are hard surfaces as they have the least resistance and transfer heat effectively. Vinyl floor covering have a recommended maximum floor surface or sub floor temperature that they can operate at; if a higher temperature is used it can damage the floor covering. Manufacturers’ data sheets should be checked to confirm the covering’s suitability. Suitable adhesive should be used as per manufacturers’ recommandations. See flooring section

Yes. Our surface heating and cooling systems are compatible with virtually all types of floor covering. Recent research has shown that due to the open weave of most carpets they do not restrict the flow of heat from underfloor heating systems to any great degree. However carpet underlay and foam backed carpets do. Carpets and underlays have thermal resistance characteristics that will reduce the heat output when fitted over an underfloor heating system. To counter act this resistance, the system design can be adapted to foctor int the extra heat output needed. Some floor covering manufacturers stipulate a maximum floor temperature for their product which also need to be taken into account. See flooring section

Yes. Our surface heating and cooling systems are compatible with virtually all types of floor covering. The best floor coverings for use with surface heating are hard surfaces as they have the least resistance and transfer heat effectively. Laminate, engineered wood and timber floor coverings can be fitted with underfloor heating. The system design must factor in the manufacturers’ guidelines as often a maximum floor temperature is stipulated for wooden floor coverings. It is also important to follow manufacturers’ guidance on moisture content during fitting. See flooring section