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Underfloor heating

Heating provided below the finished floor by electric cables or hot-water pipes; they are usually cast into a concrete slab.
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underfloor heating

Heating provided beneath a finish floor, usually by hot water pipes or electric heating cables. See radiant heating system.
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Two further bedrooms complete the first floor, together with a large family bathroom which has a larger than average panelled bath with shower over, a low level WC, his and hers wash hand basins within a vanity unit, a chrome heated towel rail and under floor heating.
"Potential buyers will also be attracted to the high quality specification of the homes as it is unusual for new-build homes to include under floor heating, oak flooring and doors and granite worktops as standard.
The kitchen/breakfast/ family room has French doors to the rear garden, and a fabulous hand made fitted kitchen by 'Acanthus' and the , the cloakroom has a Villeroy & Boch suite comprising sink, wall mounted wc and under floor heating.
The breakfast kitchen is extensive and fully fitted with a range style oven and under floor heating and exposed beams.
The infant school has a dedicated art and music room, library, a lift for pupils with disabilities and a 350 sq metre acoustically designed hall with under floor heating, which can be used for assemblies, sports activities and concerts.
A furnace and under floor heating system were also uncovered along with bits of pottery, jewellery and coins.