Electric heating mats can be laid under any floor

Published:  09 December, 2007

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The thin end of electric heating — Creda’s heating mats are just 3 mm thick.

Creda’s electric underfloor heating mats are just 3 mm thick and can be used with any type of flooring, including ceramic tiles, carpet, laminate or wooden floors.

Temperatures are controlled by a wall-mounted multi-controlling thermostat with 7-day programming.

Independent tests have shown that when feet are warm, the air temperature can be set a few degrees lower without affecting overall warmth, significantly reducing fuel bills.

These heating mats are available in sizes to fit most rooms and are offered with a 10-year guarantee.

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