An underfloor heating system is made up of a number of parallel underfloor heating circuits, which can be balanced to achieve an even heat distribution across a floor. The underfloor heating circuits can be zoned where necessary so as to serve more than one floor space.

Each underfloor heating circuit comprises a loop of flexible heating pipe connected at each end to an underfloor heating manifold, where control can be maintained over water flow rates and temperature. Underfloor piping is typically laid out within channels cut in an insulated base board, which enables rapid installation and ensures even separation between pipe runs.

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