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Which surfaces cannot be used with conservatory underfloor heating?

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Carpets and solid wooden floors are both surfaces that cannot be used in cohesion with conservatory underfloor heating, or any form of UFH for that matter.

Firstly, whilst a carpet aesthetic is unlikely to suit a conservatory space anyway, it is a material that can prove preventative to heat rising and transmitting throughout the area via the trapping of the produced warmth.

Meanwhile, with solid wood, it is highly plausible that the material can warp over time, leading the flooring to deteriorate in condition and require replacement quicker than you might expect.

For further information, and tips regarding some of the very best flooring surfaces to team with conservatory underfloor heating, take a look at our dedicated blogs related to the subject…

The Key To Classic Conservatory Underfloor Heating, and How Can I Heat My Conservatory? are both live in our Advice Centre.