Underfloor heating

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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.

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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INSIDESTORY This impressive penthouse apartment with panoramic views over Penarth Marina and Cardiff Bay has double glazing and underfloor central heating. It has a vast open-plan lounge/dining room and kitchen area, two large double bedrooms, both with walk-in wardrobes and en suite bathrooms.
Alongside the sitting room are a library, dining room with another Gothic arch, elegant drawing room and well-equipped kitchen with underfloor central heating. The main staircase, lit by a striking circular stained glass window, leads to a first-floor landing.
Well presented throughout, the house benefits from double glazing and gas-fired underfloor central heating.
Typically Roman villas would include mosaic floors, a raised floor for a hypercaust underfloor central heating system, glazed windows, wall paintings and comfortable furniture.
The apartments boast underfloor central heating and double glazing, as well as modern fitted kitchens with integrated appliances, and they are available immediately on an unfurnished basis.