What is conventional floor heating?
Conventional floor heating is the type of heating that passes the heat to the flowing area, the so-called convention. As the name suggests, the heater is built into the floor. However, it does not need to be embedded in it, it is usually stored in a special tin container, which is also called a bathtub. The most common conventional floor heating is installed on the edges of the windows, but it can also work well in the middle of the floor. Even though this is still the type of heating you want, the radiant floor heating is a bit more popular.