Underfloor Heating Cable 150w

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£27.74£478.85

 

Underfloor Heating Cable 150w/m2. Ideal for most household areas as a primary heat source. The biggest difference between the 150w and 200w heating cable is that the 200w cable will have a faster response rate or warmup time.

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Bathroom Underfloor Heating Cable 150w

Living Heat bathroom underfloor heating Cable 150w /m2. Our heating cable will achieve a primary heat source in most standard areas of your house. Loose wire heating cables are laid free hand, therefore, making it ideal for awkwardly shaped areas, for example in bathrooms. Living Heat heating cable can also be manipulated around curved objects, corners or even tight spaces. The spacing’s between cables can be decreased which as a result will increase the wattage of the system. Also recommended is that an insulation layer is installed under the heating system.

Especially relevant on a concrete sub floor because as a result, the concrete floor will absorb the heat. As a rule of thumb, we would recommend heating between 70 and 90% of your total floor area. Most of all If you have any questions or would just like a little advice take a look at our installation guides. Finally, give us a call for a personal and also free design service on 01803 316060.


A choice of underfloor heating thermostat

We offer one of the largest ranges of thermostat options which are ever expanding. All our Living Heat thermostats will fit a standard 1 gang back box. And can take a maximum load of 16amps or 3600 watts of heating without the need of a contact or relay switch. These industry leading thermostats are all designed to be easy to use and install. To find out more about each underfloor heating thermostats unique features.


Bathroom Underfloor Heating Cable 150w Floor Build Up

Starting at the sub floor which can be either wood or concrete. The following layer will be a thin bed of flexible adhesive about 4mm thick to stick down your insulation boards. Next, you will have your insulation board itself. Creating a base to lay your underfloor heating cable. Once the cable is laid you have two options. In this example we have shown the tiles being laid directly onto the heating cable, however, a self-leveling compound can also be poured over the cables prior to tiling. Providing an even conduction of heat and a protective layer whilst tilling. And finally, the tiles can be stuck down with a standard 6mm bed of flexible adhesive. Please also ensure that the tiles are laid with an even bed of adhesive for equal heat distribution and cable coverage.

So, in conclusion, the floor will be raised dependent on a few variables by:

  • 4mm bed of flexible adhesive.
  • 6mm insulation board. (10mm & 20mm insulation also available).
  • 2.5mm Underfloor Heating Cable 150w. Enveloped into levelling or tile adhesive.
  • 6mm bed of tile adhesive.
  • Tiles in this example 10mm tiles

Making a total additional floor height of 26mm dependent on chosen variables of insulation and tile heights.

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Additional information

Supply Voltage

220-240v Electric Underfloor Heating System.

System Power

150 Watts per square meter.

Warranty

Life Time Warranty.

Installation

Full Fitting Instructions.

Technical

Free Technical Help Line.

Delivery

Free Next Working Day Delivery *When ordered before 1pm.

1 review for Underfloor Heating Cable 150w

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Richard Woodhurst

    Very happy with the quality of the product but more importantly the service. I received my order next day and the technical team were very helpful!!! This really is an affordable diy project that i will definitely recommend and use in my other rooms

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