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Pergo and underfloor heating

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Different types of underfloor heating and underfloor cooling

Pergo floors can all be paired with low-temperature underfloor heating. Depending on the floor you choose, there are two possible options:

  1. Hot water or electric heating elements that are installed into the subfloor. This works with all Pergo floors: laminate, vinyl and wooden floors.
  2. Heating film: the latest generation of underfloor heating systems. The heating film is placed on the screed or base floor. It is compatible with our laminate floors and wooden floors.

All Pergo floors are compatible with underfloor cooling as well. The cooling elements work in the same way as the heating elements, except with cold instead of warm water.

The importance of thermal resistance and insulation

To enjoy the benefits of underfloor heating, you need a floor with low thermal resistance, which allows the heat to pass through. The higher the thermal resistance, the longer it will take your floor to warm up and the less efficient your underfloor heating will be.

Additionally, it is important to place an insulating layer below your underfloor heating. This way, heat is reflected away from the insulative layer and is conducted through the floor.

Pergo vinyl floors have the lowest thermal resistance of all Pergo floors and are excellent thermal conductors, making them perfectly suited for underfloor heating. However, our laminate floor ranges also offer suitable and cost-effective options.