Joisted Underfloor Heating

Joisted underfloor heating consists of lifting your floor boards, notching the joists beneath them, and running warm water pipe through either Aluminium Spreader Plates or aluminium coated EPS panels that sit between your joists and relaying your floor boards. You can then run the floor heating at temperatures of 50 – 55°C and enjoy the unparalleled comfort with out needing to add any build up height to your project.

Joist Underfloor Heating Considerations

There are some things you might consider before committing to a joisted underfloor heating system.

Joist Underfloor Heating Considerations

There are some things you might consider before committing to a joisted underfloor heating system.

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Installation. If your project is a retrofit or a new build, you may have issues with accessibility between the joists.

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Heat Up Time & Efficiency. The efficiency of your system will depend on the insulative resistance of the material covering your joists (chipboard, floorboards) and floor finish (carpet, wood, etc).
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For easy access and maximum efficiency, it may be preferable to use our:

Aluplate

Plated system specifically designed for use within a joisted floor construction. Installs directly between joists finishing flush with the top of the joist. The Aluminium heat diffusion plates only adding an additional 0.5mm to floor build-up.

Palate

Joisted Aluplate EPS system specifically designed for use within a joisted floor construction. Installation directly between joists finishing flush with the top of the joist. Aluminium heat diffusion plates are compressed into a rigid 25mm EPS insulation panel only adding an additional 0.5mm to floor build-up. The Aluminium heat diffusion plates offer high heat conductivity and quick system response.

Palate

Joisted Aluplate system specifically designed for use within a joisted floor construction. Installs directly between joists onto supporting battens finishing flush with the top of the joist. Aluminium heat diffusion plate tightly compressed into a 50mm rigid EPS insulation panel, offering high heat conductivity and quick system response.

Aluplate

Plated system specifically designed for use within a joisted floor construction. Installs directly between joists finishing flush with the top of the joist. The Aluminium heat diffusion plates only adding an additional 0.5mm to floor build-up.

Palate

Joisted Aluplate EPS system specifically designed for use within a joisted floor construction. Installation directly between joists finishing flush with the top of the joist. Aluminium heat diffusion plates are compressed into a rigid 25mm EPS insulation panel only adding an additional 0.5mm to floor build-up. The Aluminium heat diffusion plates offer high heat conductivity and quick system response.

Palate

Joisted Aluplate system specifically designed for use within a joisted floor construction. Installs directly between joists onto supporting battens finishing flush with the top of the joist. Aluminium heat diffusion plate tightly compressed into a 50mm rigid EPS insulation panel, offering high heat conductivity and quick system response.

Joisted Underfloor Heating

Joisted underfloor heating consists of lifting your floor boards, notching the joists beneath them, and running warm water pipe through either Aluminium Spreader Plates or aluminium coated EPS panels that sit between your joists and relaying your floor boards. You can then run the floor heating at temperatures of 50 – 55°C and enjoy the unparalleled comfort with out needing to add any build up height to your project.

Leak proof pipes

No joins under the floor and 100% leak proof pipe

Low maintenance

Very low maintenance and reliably consistent, it just works!

Compatible with all boilers

Compatible with any heat source, including future heat pumps.

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There are some things you might consider before committing to a joisted underfloor heating system.

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Joist Underfloor Heating Considerations

Between Joist Panel coated with thick aluminium foil, for both new and existing floors.

Joist Underfloor Heating Considerations

Between Joist Panel coated with thick aluminium foil, for both new and existing floors.

Joist Underfloor Heating Considerations

There are some things you might consider before committing to a joisted underfloor heating system.

Installation. If your project is a retrofit or a new build, you may have issues with accessibility between the joists.

Heat Up Time & Efficiency. The efficiency of your system will depend on the insulative resistance of the material covering your joists (chipboard, floorboards) and floor finish (carpet, wood, etc).

For easy access and maximum efficiency, it may be preferable to use our:

Joist Underfloor Heating Considerations

There are some things you might consider before committing to a joisted underfloor heating system.

Installation. If your project is a retrofit or a new build, you may have issues with accessibility between the joists.

Heat Up Time & Efficiency. The efficiency of your system will depend on the insulative resistance of the material covering your joists (chipboard, floorboards) and floor finish (carpet, wood, etc).

For easy access and maximum efficiency, it may be preferable to use our:

Joist Underfloor Heating Considerations

There are some things you might consider before committing to a joisted underfloor heating system.

Installation. If your project is a retrofit or a new build, you may have issues with accessibility between the joists.

Heat Up Time & Efficiency. The efficiency of your system will depend on the insulative resistance of the material covering your joists (chipboard, floorboards) and floor finish (carpet, wood, etc).

For easy access and maximum efficiency, it may be preferable to use our:

Manifolds and Controls

ITHERME use a range of tried and tested components, including smart thermostats by Heatmiser and industry-standard pumps, manifolds and oxygen barrier pipes.

JOISTED SYSTEM

Joists are most commonly part of a suspended timber floor construction and help to support the subfloor which is installed on top. They provide the structural diaphragm, running over the entire floor area. Joisted floors are used typically on upper floors, where there is not a cast/concrete construction.

FLOATING SYSTEM

It is typically taken to mean a lightweight construction where chipboard, gypsum or cement fibre board floor panels are ‘floated’ across the top of the rigid insulation layer. Floating floors are used most often in domestic buildings especially when retrofitting or refurbishing an existing building.

Manifolds and Controls

ITHERME use a range of tried and tested components, including smart thermostats by Heatmiser and industry-standard pumps, manifolds and oxygen barrier pipes.

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Quarry Hall Farm
Lathbury
Newport Pagnell
Buckinghamshire
MK16 8LF
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