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SunStone Underfloor Heating Mat for 1m² 200W/m² 2-SSMAT1


The SunStone Underfloor Heating Mat is an ideal addition for a range of homes, bringing an energy efficient heating solution for radiant warm to cold floors. Suited for use under stone and ceramic tiles, the mat offers a hassle-free installation to regular shaped rooms covering a variety of heating areas. SunStone’s Underfloor Heating Mat provides an even distribution of heat making it ideal for rooms with high heat loss, heating the flooring to keep your room cosy and wam during colder days. The cable is perfectly spaced on the mat offering an extremely easy and quick to install solution, simply unroll the mat in a straight line until you reach the wall or unit on the other side of the room, cut the mat (not the cable), rotate the roll, and roll back up in the other direction.

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EX. VAT: £29.99


  • Colour: Red
  • Power: 200W
  • Operating Voltage: 230V
  • Connection: 3m Long Coldtail
  • IP Rating: IPX7
  • Output Rating: 200W/m²
  • Heating Core: Dual Core, Single-Strand Heating Element
  • Inner Insulation: ETFE
  • Outer Insulation: PVC
  • Minimum Installation Temperature: -10℃
  • Current: 0.87A
  • 10 Years Manufacturers Guarantee

Frequently asked questions

Underfloor heating is a heating system that is installed beneath the floor surface, providing an even distribution of heat throughout a room. It can be either electric (dry) or water-based (wet).

Electric underfloor heating uses electric cables or mats to generate heat, while water-based systems use a network of pipes to circulate warm water. Both systems heat the floor, which then radiates heat upwards into the room.

Benefits include even heat distribution, improved energy efficiency, more space (no need for radiators), and enhanced comfort. It can also reduce dust circulation, which is beneficial for allergy sufferers.

The cost of installation varies depending on the type of system (electric or water-based), the size of the area, and the complexity of the installation. Generally, electric systems are cheaper to install but more expensive to run, while water-based systems have higher installation costs but lower running costs.

Most types of flooring are compatible, including tile, stone, engineered wood, laminate, vinyl, and carpet. However, it’s important to choose flooring with good heat conductivity and to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines.

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