Underfloor heating systems provide a total and effective, non-intrusive, clean and silent solution for room heating. Home owners also benefit from the healthier living environments that UFH creates and approximately 20% lower running costs that a tradition radiator system.

Underfloor heating has come a long way since the Romans first introduced it to the British Isles in their villas and public baths. Back then, it was a very labour intensive system of burning logs to heat air that was drawn through tunnels under the floor and out through flues in the roof. Thank goodness in today's world underfloor heating has come a long way technologically speaking since those days.

If you have not already discovered one of the best new innovations to come out in UFH then its time you did. Vario PRO is the original patented system that combines electric underfloor heating cables with an uncoupling, crack isolation and waterproofing membrane.

With Vario PRO you can prepare difficult substrates, prevent uncoupling or delamination and install a flexi-ble electric underfloor heating system all in one hit!

Applying a Vario PRO uncoupling membrane combined with electric underfloor heating gives the installer and end user a complete professional flooring solution.
The floor will be warm and comfortable, thanks to the electric underfloor heating, and, because of the un-coupling membrane, the installer knows there will be no uncoupling or cracking issues later down the line.

The advantages of products such as Vario PRO over central heating radiators are well-known: no annual maintenance check; more warmth and radiant heat from the floor up; no loss of room space and greater flexibility in room design arising from the absence of radiators; and less airborne dust, to name just a few.

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Vario PRO is easy to install. Fix the uncoupling membrane to the floor using a flexible tile adhesive and then lay the electric underfloor heating cable into the grooves in the matting until you've covered the desired area. Tiles can then be laid directly over the uncoupling membrane and underfloor heating cable, and, as they say in these parts, “Job's a good 'un!”