Is a rug suitable for underfloor heating? Yes!

If you are considering a rug for your home, it is important to know whether it is suitable for underfloor heating. Fortunately, most rugs can be placed on underfloor heating without any problems.

However, there are some things you should take into account. Firstly, the material of the rug must be suitable for underfloor heating. Materials such as wool and cotton are good choices, while synthetic fibers are less suitable.

Another important point is the thickness of the rug. If it is too thick, it can hinder heat transfer and prevent the floor from heating up enough. So it is best to choose a rug that is not too thick and allows heat to pass through well.

A good way to check whether a rug is suitable for underfloor heating is to look at the label or product information. Many rugs are specifically designed to be placed over underfloor heating and have information about this on the label.

Once you have found a suitable rug, it is important to maintain it properly. Regular vacuuming and avoiding too much dirt and moisture can help extend the life of the rug and ensure it continues to work well with your underfloor heating.

In short, a rug can certainly be suitable for underfloor heating if you choose the right material and thickness and maintain it properly. It can even contribute to the warmth and coziness in your home!