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Assortment of floor heating

No radiators in your living room or bathroom, and always a pleasantly warm floor. You can enjoy this with floor heating by Haceka. The floor is heated uniformly by means of radiation. Heat emission throughout the room is equal, which ensures a pleasant temperature. Haceka offers floor heating for stone floors as well as wooden and laminate floors.

The advantages of floor heating:

  • A large radiation surface with a lower temperature ensures a pleasant warmth;

  • Low energy consumption because you can heat the room with a lower air temperature; Less movement of dust;

  • Floor heating runs on electricity, in combination with a thermostat. This makes it possible to set the floor heating independently of your CH system.

  • The floor's sensor of the thermostat ensures the floor does not become too hot so your floor cannot get damaged.

  • A nice and warm floor under your feet at all times.

  • Mounting

  • Isolation of the subfloor is highly recommendable in floor heating. This prevents long heating times. You need Haceka's thermostat for your floor heating, which is the only one on the construction market contains has a floor sensor. This floor sensor is necessary for correct functioning of the floor heating. Your floor should not get too hot, because this could cause damage. The floor sensor prevents this from happening.

Haceka's floor heating is supplied with a clear installation manual. Before starting, it is very important to see to it that the subfloor is clean and level. It makes it easier to work with and the result will be perfect.


Floor heating is maintenance free and operates without service or maintenance inspections. The fact is the heating wire is not subject to aging or wear. It is obviously important that the floor cannot subside or crack as a result of too light a construction.


Turn the thermostat slightly lower. Barely noticeable in your home, but your electricity bill will be lower.
Lower the temperature half an hour to an hour before going to bed. By the time it will get noticeably colder, you will already be in bed. You can also do this when you leave the house for several hours.
If you have a slightly older boiler and set the standard temperature to 16°C during the night, less energy will be needed in the morning to completely warm your house again. If you have a new boiler you can easily set the system to a lower temperature during the night.
Warming a dry house is less energy-consuming. Therefore you should air your house for 15 minutes every day. In this way you can get rid of humidity without too much loss of heat.
You loose a lot of heat through the windows, especially if you do not have double glazing. Closing curtains keeps the warmth inside.
Place a letterbox with bristle, this keeps a lot of cold air outside.
Turn off the heating in rooms, you are not using that day.
If you have cold feet it is better to put on socks or slippers instead of turning the heat up.