Underfloor heating is a great way to keep your home warm and cosy during the cold Australian winter months. It’s a system that heats up your floors, radiating warmth throughout your home. You may have heard of it, but have you ever wondered what the different zones for underfloor heating in an Australian home are?

Well, there are three main zones for underfloor heating: living areas, bedrooms, and bathrooms. Each of these zones works differently depending on how large the area is and how much natural heat you need to maintain a comfortable temperature.

Living Areas
Living areas usually include rooms such as kitchens and living rooms. If you have a large space that needs to be heated, then you can install multiple zones in your living room or kitchen. This will allow you to set different temperatures in each zone so that everyone in the house can be comfortable at different times of the day.

Bedrooms usually require less heat than living areas because people tend to sleep better when it’s slightly cooler. Therefore, it’s best to install just one zone for your bedroom or bedrooms if you have more than one. Alternatively, you could install two separate zones if you need more heat in one room than the other.

Bathrooms are often quite small, so it’s best to only install one zone here as well. The idea is to keep the bathroom warm enough for comfort without making it too hot or uncomfortable for bathing or showering. You should also consider installing a timer so that the zone will shut off after a certain amount of time (say 30 minutes) to save energy and money on energy bills.

Benefits of Underfloor Heating
As well as adding comfort and convenience to your home, underfloor heating has other benefits too! It helps reduce energy consumption by up to 30%, which means lower energy bills over time! Plus, installing underfloor heating can increase the value of your home if you ever decide to sell up in future years. And with Euroheat Australia’s 30 years of experience designing & constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems, they can help make sure everything runs smoothly from design through installation and beyond!

So there we have it – all about the different zones for underfloor heating in an Australian home! With Euroheat Australia’s experienced engineers & installers by your side throughout each step of the process, installing underfloor heating will not only make your house warmer but also save on energy bills too – what could be better?!

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