In Slab Heating
In slab heating consists of heating cable that is typically fixed to the top layer of the slab reinforcement, prior to the slab being poured.
The heating cables heat up the slab, in turn warming the floor covering above. Cables are laid on the top mesh in about 30-40 mm of concrete and run during off-peak hours to cut energy costs and maximize the efficiency of the system.
During peak hours, the system runs on the stored energy accumulated during off-peak hours. This system is usually used in new construction before the slab is laid.