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The inscreed cable is designed to be installed in the flooring screed, and not directly under the flooring.

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Posted by Klima Technical (Questions: 36, Answers: 53)
Asked on 21st March 2019 11:08 am
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This does not answer the question as to given the choice why would I choose in screed instead of mats? Is either of them better running cost wise, efficiency wise when heating the room etc?
(Joz at 22nd September 2019 1:06 pm)
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It is a completely different installation depending on what your floor construction is. If it is a new build and you still have to put a sand cement screed in then we would suggest using the screed system as it is incorporated and protected within the screed and you can have a variety of floor finishes on top. Also as the cable is installed within a screed (with insulation below) it then uses the screed as a storage heater and radiates the heat. You can also increase the heat output by bringing the cables closes together. If you do decide to change the floor covering then this will not affect the underfloor heating. The mat system is designed to be laid on top of an already constructed insulated floor under tiles. The benefit is you have a faster heat reaction time as the elements are below the tiled floor finish but would have to be changed if you decided to change your floor covering. This system is more suited to renovations rather than new builds

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The inscreed cable is designed to be installed in the flooring screed, and not directly under the flooring.

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Answered on 21st March 2019 3:37 pm
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