A viable alternative to conventional radiator style heating systems is in-floor heating. A typical solution consists of small-bore pipes, laid in the concrete slab under the floor’s surface. The solution is typically fed by a condensing boiler or district heating.
Heating buildings in this way provides a consistent, even heat release from floor level. It provides comfort underfoot and pleasant temperatures. As the pipes are hidden, there are no unsightly radiators. It also uses a lower water temperature to maintain the same room temperature level as radiator systems.