Inslab Heating

Popular low-cost solution to heating polished or coloured concrete floors

The Inslab heating cable is designed for installation in concrete slabs and is ideal for new homes and extensions.This heating cable is suitable for almost any flooring finish and in particular where the flooring (wood, carpet, vinyl) may be replaced from time to time.

Unlike other heating methods which provide rapid response heating, inslab heating is designed to provide gentle background warmth in areas where heat is required for long periods. The slower heat-up time and cool-down time of the inslab cable makes it particularly suitable for rooms which are in constant use. Effective installation and correct operation and control will ensure maximum cost-effectiveness. Inslab heating can be installed in selected rooms, all of which allow individual control.

An electric heating element is installed after the reinforcing mesh has been added and prior to the concrete being poured.

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