Hydronic In-Slab Heating is the standard method for installing hydronic under floor heating. The hydronic pipe work is secured to a metal reinforcement with the concrete slab is poured directly on top.
Slab Heating works as heated water flows through the pipe work, transferring heat to the concrete. The warm concrete then radiates the heat from the floor into your rooms, providing luxurious comfort through the colder seasons.
The In-Slab Heating method is generally the most cost effective for installation, however for long term running cost savings you might consider In-Screed Heating as an alternative.
Hydronic Slab under floor heating can be installed on its own or in conjunction with a complete hydronic system utilising radiator panels and/or towel rails.