What is Trench Heating
Trench heating is a type of heating system that involves installing heating elements or coils inside a trench or channel in the floor, typically near windows or glazed doors. The heat generated by the elements rises, providing warmth to the room and preventing cold air from entering through the windows or doors. Trench heating is often used in commercial or high-end residential buildings, as it is a discreet and efficient way to provide heating without taking up valuable wall or floor space. It can also be used as a cooling system in the summer by circulating cool air through the same channel.