Ceiling Heating & Cooling

Radiant Ceiling Heating uses low temperature electric heating film installed in the ceiling to provide a natural, comfortable indoor heating warmth at low cost. It is rated at 200W/m2.

Ceiling Heating is suitable for both new build and renovation projects. It provides an ideal heat source in domestic applications in small rooms (i.e attic conversions) as well as whole house heating. In the commercial environment it is ideal to heat larger rooms in shops, offices, school class rooms and corridors where it provides excellent heat distribution and obstruction free room layouts.

Radiant Ceiling Heating is installed out of sight in the ceiling. The heating film is installed above the plasterboard, creating space in rooms for freedom of design and planning.

Ceiling Heating operates using the large surface area of the ceiling at relatively low temperatures. This ensures that the rooms air remains fresh and condensation free, with no feeling of dryness. Being a radiant heat source no warm air convection currents are created which reduces the distribution of dust especially beneficial for asthma sufferers. Contact Radiant Heating Solutions for more details.

These systems are some of the most complicated to fit however they can give you great results. A lot like wall & underfloor heating & cooling systems they heat the room more efficiently and also exceedingly more even throughout the room. The thing they all have in common is that they’re completely built into your home and invisible to the eye, no more clumpy, ugly radiators taking up room in your home.

Advantages of Ceiling Heating Systems:

  • It emits radiant heat, with hardly any convection. It is silent and free of forced air.
  • Ceiling heating is invisible: furniture and pictures do not need to be taken into account when planning the interior space.
  • The ceiling heating can also be installed at a later stage.
  • Compared to floor or wall heating, ceiling heating can emit heat unhindered and is not blocked by thick carpets or large items of furniture.
  • The ceiling heating is silent and does not require forced air, which is why it can also run at night.

Disadvantages of Ceiling Heating Systems:

  • If you compare the purchase costs with a standard radiator, they are higher for ceiling heating.
  • The energy costs of a water-based ceiling heating system are up to 25% lower than the heating costs of convection heating. This means that surface heating pays off within just a few years.