porcelain tiles with underfloor heating.

(2 Posts)
Whereareyouscooter Wed 08-Jun-16 16:33:56

I'm going round in circles here, please help... We're in the process of buying a new build (a local builder rather than an estate by a national builder if that makes any difference!) that has concrete floors downstairs with wet underfloor heating. I'm thinking porcelain tiles in the hall, study, cloakroom & kitchen / diner & engineered oak in the living room. Would that work? I think natural stone would be too expensive and hard work & karndean / amtico seems even more expensive than tiles and wood and may not be ideal with the underfloor heating. Am I missing any other options?

minipie Wed 08-Jun-16 17:52:44

Porcelain tiles is perfect with underfloor heating (and yes natural stone is high maintenance).

I don't know about wood with underfloor heating - some is ok some is not so choose carefully, suggest you ask on here for products that definitely work?

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