Electric Underfloor Heating System

In an electric underfloor heating system, a series of wires are installed beneath or within your flooring as a means of heating the room.

The electric system you install will depend on the size of the room and how well insulated it is. What the flooring below is like, whether it’s insulated and the type of flooring you’ll have on top. Options include loose-fit wiring, flexible enough to fit into small or awkward spaces, electric cable systems, or heating mats you roll out to cover larger areas.

Electric floor heating can be added without breaking up the old floor when a property is renovated. It’s quick and easy to install, making a new build project quicker to complete.

Electric underfloor heating systems vary in terms of wattage, from around 100W to 200W per square metre.  And run at approximately 25-31°C, on average.

Our range of electric underfloor heating includes the Gaiamat and Gaia Decoupling Membrane & Heating Cable System. We also supply and install the DEVIflex Heating Cables, DEVImat and DEVIcell systems.

More details on each specific system below. But don’t worry if you’re unsure which system is suitable for your project, our team will be able to advise.


Decoupling Membrane System

Gaia Decoupling Membrane System onto Concrete Subfloor

Gaia Decoupling Membrane System

Gaia Decoupling Membrane System onto Timber Subfloor

Gaia Electric Mat

Electric Mat onto a Concrete Subfloor

Gaia Electric Mat on Timber Subfloor

Electric Mat onto a Timber Subfloor

Cable into Screed

Electric Heating Cable onto Concrete Subfloor

DEVI Cable onto TImber Subfloor

Electric Heating Cable onto Timber Subfloor