REHAU Easy Heat underfloor heating aimed at new build market

  • 18 Nov 2014

The system is designed to offer comfort and easy control to homeowners

The ‘radiator in the floor’ solution  was fitted by Nick Vann of RTFM Services alongside the PE-Xa underfloor heating pipe, installed within a poured screed on the first floor using the new REHAU Easy Panel system.

The Easy Panel system comprises a standard 2400 x 600mm proprietary grooved 22mm grade P5 tongue and particle board with a system specific surface laminated for use alongside REHAU’s 12mm RAUTHERM universal pipe.

Topped with 9mm plywood and chosen as a reliable alternative to a conventional structural floor, the Easy Panels are easy to fit and can be used alongside any type of floor covering.

REHAU’s Easy Control is controlling the underfloor heating system in conjunction with a thermostat and a remote sensor to automatically regulate the flow of water and provide comfort to homeowners.

The REHAU Easy Heat provides increased space and design flexibility with the controllability of a radiator based system and is aimed at the new build residential market.


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