There really is no need to either fit radiators upstairs or lay screed to install an underfloor heating system.
At Continal®, we have systems that will fit on top of a timber deck, systems that act as the structural timber deck in place of plywood or chipboard, systems that fit between the joists, and even a system that you can fit from below.
If you are looking for a joisted underfloor heating solution, then look no further than us. Joist floor underfloor heating, where a floor deck is supported by timber or engineered joists, can be a headache to install but our solutions make the job easy.
Have a browse and then chat to one of our Technical Sales Advisers who can help you choose the best system.
OneBoard® – Structural system that can be laid directly on joists. Saving you time and money on site.
The system is ideal for both new build and retrofit installations. With minimum floor build height. The composite chipboard panel with heat dissipation foil offers excellent output and response, and is suitable for all heat sources.
AluPlate™ fit-from-above – Quick and easy to install, with no increase in the finished floor height.
The AluPlate™ fit-from-above system clips our 16mm pipe in position, ensuring excellent surface contact with the pipe and the floor deck. This maximises heat transfer and is covered with the load-bearing floor deck, which can then be covered with your choice of flooring.
The system is incorporated within the floor construction and therefore does not affect the finished floor height. The AluPlate™ fit-from-above system is covered with the load-bearing floor deck, which can then be covered with your choice of flooring.
AluPlate™ fit-from-below - Allows the system to be installed from below after the floor has been laid. This could be either during construction or as part of a renovation where access from below is available.
AluPlate™ fit-from-below plates are versatile and allow for all joist spacings, letting you install single, double, and triple pipe runs, maximising design and performance.
The PUG / dry mix - Uses readily available and familiar materials, making it a simple and cost-effective method of maximising the heat output.
The system is installed from above, and can either be laid within the floor construction, or between battens above an existing floor where height permits.