In-slab heating uses heating cables embedded in a concrete slab floor to provide heating. The slab stores the heat at night and releases it to provide continuous warmth during the day.
Generally in-slab heating systems are considered for new buildings or projects where they can install when the slab is poured although they can also be used in renovations and fitted to some existing buildings.
Floor heating is often the natural choice for those concerned about air borne allergies and asthma. Floor heating is also a popular choice for nursing homes, child care centers and day spas - where there is a continuous client presence and comfort, health and safety are of the highest importance.
Warmth is evenly distributed from wall to wall due to the heating cables being evenly embedded within the floor. This makes it ideal for children since there are no hot surfaces or dangerous objects to compete.

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