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In-slab floor heating

Livella inslab heating systems are a fantastic and economical choice when heating large areas, where heat is required for long uninterrupted periods.

In-slab storage heating systems can be used for a variety of applications from background domestic heat to commercial applications.

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Affordable maintenance-free heat.

Livella in-slab heating systems are designed for utmost reliability and comfort.

Embedded in the concrete slab, the cables are totally protected and a permanent feature of home.

Systems are generally connected to off-peak power, storing heat cheaply for when it is needed most.

Heat the smallest rooms individually to reduce running costs or large open-plan areas for the lowest possible installation costs.


Small or large areas

Livella boasts an extensive range of in-slab heating cables to heat small and very large areas. This wide selection allows you to balance individual contol with installation costs.


Uninterrupted comfort

In-slab cables are typically fixed to reinforcing mesh to the boundary of the room or open plan living area. This guarantees maximum floor coverage and uninterupted comfort.


Perfect for off-peak connections

In-slab systems are storage heaters. Connected to off-peak power, the cables generate heat when it is cheapest and then dissipate warmth throughout the day. Think of it as your own energy saving battery.

Commercial uses


Hot yoga

In-slab heating is perfect for new installations, allowing floor coverings to be regularly replaced without concern.

Precision temperature control ensures the comfort of participants — and the desired therapeutic effect.


Cold rooms

In-slab heating cables are regularly used in cold rooms to protect building foundations. Because of its ulta-thin electrical design, a secondary system can be installed for redundency.


Animal enclosures

Encased in the concrete slab, in-slab heating cables are completely hidden and protected. Animal enclosures can be cleaned as normal, even while the system continues to run.


Snow melting

In-slab heating cables are suitable for snow melting applications in public spaces, in driveways, and in outdoor recreation spaces.

Easy installation

Livella in-slab heating systems are typically installed in new homes and in polished concrete applications.

The cables are attached to the reinforcing mesh at regular intervals 35 – 75mm below the floor surface.

Once installed, the cables are permanently protected allowing floor coverings to change over time.

Technical specifications

Voltage 230 – 240V
Watts/metre 30W/m
Lead length 3m
Cable diametre 6.5mm
Lead diametre 8mm
Ingress protection IPX7
Sheath insulation Red PVC (105°)
Secondary insulation XLPE
Primary insulation Fluroplastic (200°)

Trusted quality

Operating since 1994, Livella enjoys an excellent reputation for quality and safety. Every product exceeds all international and local safety standards, and is designed for longevity.

You can trust Livella.

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Avoid Hydronic

Hydronic systems have hidden costs

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Livella in-slab cables are flexible and thin, so are embedded into a standard concrete slab without adding any thickness.


Livella in-slab cables are attached to standard reinforcing mesh. No expensive upgrades or engineering reports are needed.


Livella in-slab cables have no moving parts so operate silently and reliably.


Livella in-slab cables can be used to heat even the smallest rooms individually, allowing its costs to be offset by a modest photovoltaic system.

Avoid hydronic


Hydronic heating systems are bulky and may require 25 – 125mm increase to the thickness of the concrete slab, a considerable upfront expense!


Hydronic heating systems may require a heavier gauge reinforcing mesh to maintain the structural integrity of the floor.


Hydronic heating systems are mechanical and require ongoing maintenance. Boilers, valves and pumps have finite lives and must be replaced.


Hydronic heating systems are not generally connected to off-peak power, pushing up running costs when meeting the shortfall of a complementary solar system.