CPD 23 2019: Benefits of underfloor heating
Using underfloor heating can prove to be more energy effective in heating a room – whereby a large radiant floor surface area heats the space above it – than using convected heat provided by radiators which draws cold air across the floor before heating it. Using underfloor heating also enables designers to configure rooms to embrace features including floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing more light to flood into an internal space.
This CPD feature will look at how underfloor heating works in practice, factors that can impact the use of such heating systems, the energy cost implications and installation.
How to take this module
Assemble Media Group’s CPD distance-learning programme is open to anyone seeking to develop their knowledge and skills. Each module also offers members of professional institutions an opportunity to earn between 30 and 90 minutes of credits towards their annual CPD requirement.