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Underfloor heating is a type of HVAC system that uses heated air or water to warm the floors of a building. It is an efficient and cost-effective way to heat a space, as it eliminates the need for radiators or other bulky heating systems. Underfloor heating is also beneficial for its even distribution of heat, which helps to maintain a comfortable temperature throughout the building. Underfloor heating systems are typically installed during the construction of a building, but can also be retrofitted into existing structures. The system is composed of a network of pipes or electric cables that are laid beneath the flooring. The pipes or cables are connected to a boiler or heat pump, which circulates hot water or air through the system. Underfloor heating is becoming increasingly popular in both residential and commercial buildings, as it is a more energy-efficient and cost-effective way to heat a space. It is also beneficial for its even distribution of heat, which helps to maintain a comfortable temperature throughout the building. Some companies in the Underfloor Heating market include Uponor, Honeywell, Danfoss, and Heatmiser. Show Less Read more