With the exception of solid wood floors, yes you can use underfloor heating with your new flooring. As a homeowner, safety, quality, and efficiency are key things to consider when looking for the best flooring. Here at FlooringHub.co.uk, we have a wide range of engineered wood flooring available, suitable for use with underfloor heating.
However, it's important to check the manufacturer's instructions for specific information about the product you're using, to ensure it's suitable for use with underfloor heating. Additionally, the installation must be done in accordance with the instructions provided by the manufacturer to ensure the best performance.
I know this from personal experience as I've been in the flooring trade for over 20 years. My family and I live in a house with underfloor heating, and my sons, Gus (aged 9) and Frank (aged 18), love the comfort and warmth it provides. Even our dog, Blue, loves to lay on the floor when it's nice and warm.
I recently installed engineered wood flooring in my kitchen, and I can tell you from experience that it looks fantastic and is incredibly easy to maintain. The high-quality finish, combined with the underfloor heating, has created a really luxurious atmosphere in the kitchen.
So, if you're looking to combine luxury and comfort in your home, using underfloor heating with your new flooring is definitely a great option. Just make sure you follow the manufacturer's instructions to ensure the flooring is suitable for use with underfloor heating and the installation is done correctly. That way, you can enjoy the warmth and luxury of underfloor heating for years to come.