A trowel floor is a versatile quartz floor. It is well resistant to:
That is why you often encounter these floors in workshops, offices, kitchens and bath and toilet areas. But are trowel floors also suitable for underfloor heating? Trowel floors are ideal for all composite floors. This combination guarantees more comfort, hygiene and is also highly energy and space-saving.
Trowel floors are heat-resistant up to 80 ° C. This makes it suitable for industrial use. And that also applies to underfloor heating. Trowel floors are feasible with a layer thickness of 5 to 12 mm. Also a higher layer thickness is possible. In that case it is recommended to build up the floor in several layers.
No worries: a trowel floor with underfloor heating does not melt and does not soften. The composition of the floor ensures a good conduction of the heat, so that the temperature is evenly distributed and remains constant. In practice, your company will save on average 30% on energy costs compared to other floor coverings.
Using a trowel floor with underfloor heating you save space. This applies to both large and small professional spaces. Traditional, hanging radiators take up valuable space. Areas that you can use for other purposes when you have floor heating. This offers advantages, particularly in confined spaces such as bath or toilet facilities. Also dust and dirt deposits are no longer an issue. It is very efficient and minimizes cleaning operations.
Also areas that are normally difficult to heat, you easily heat with underfloor heating. A trowel floor with underfloor heating feels pleasant and gives rooms a warm atmosphere. Not unimportant: a comfortable workplace keeps your employees and your customers happy.
A trowel floor only fully comes into its own with underfloor heating. This is proven by the formentioned advantages.
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