Electric underfloor heating is a heating system that is installed beneath the floor of a building to provide warmth and comfort. It consists of a series of electric heating elements that are laid out in a pattern underneath the floor, either in the form of heating mats or heating cables. The system is typically controlled by a thermostat, which regulates the temperature of the floor and the surrounding space.
Electric underfloor heating is typically installed during construction or renovation of a building, and can be used as a primary or secondary heating system. It is commonly used in bathrooms, kitchens, and other areas where tiled or stone floors are common. Electric underfloor heating is often chosen over traditional heating systems because it provides a more consistent, evenly distributed heat that can help to reduce energy costs.