Advice on large tiled floor without underfloor heating


Postby VictorianModern » Sun May 15, 2016 7:50 am

Hi guys

I'm just starting a huge project in an old Victorian house I'm renovating in parts and modernising in others.

I'm sure I'll have lots of questions but my first one is, I've googled it quite a lot but don't seem to get much info from the UK.

I'm having quite a large kitchen extension built (30m2), I'd like to have a tiled floor, Porcel-thin tiles to be precise, as anyone or would any recommend have a large tiled floor WITHOUT underfloor heating?

For a couple of reasons underfloor heating is not an option for us, so would lobe feedback on peoples experience of large tiled kitchens with under heating.

My main concern is will it be too cold in Winter?



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