Replace bathroom radiator with underfloor heating

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  1. JP_

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    I've read that it may be possible to replace a bathroom radiator with underfloor heating pipes using some sort of valve system. Has anybody had any experience of doing this and could provide any advice on which products to use. I'll be getting a plumber to install this for me. At the same time I'll be putting insulation between my joists in my suspended floor, so the pipes can run over the top of this.
     
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    Looking to do this myself in the near future. I’m going with uponor minitec. It only adds 12-15mm to your floor height.
     
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    No need to add to floor height as I'll be lifting the boards anyway.
     
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