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Underfloor Heating

Buckley - Mold - Deeside - Flintshire - North Wales - Cheshire - Wirral

 Warm Water Underfloor Heating

Warm water underfloor heating is a comfortable and energy saving way to heat your home without the need for radiators.

 How do Warm Water Underfloor heating systems work?

Water is gently heated and circulated through a series of loops underneath the floor of your home providing an even distribution of heat in whichever zone you require. Water can be heated by a renewable energy source such as a solar thermal system, air source heat pump, ground source heat pump or by using a conventional boiler.

 What are the benefits of warm water Underfloor heating?

Common radiators operate by warming the air nearby, causing it to rise to the ceiling and creating warm and cold zones. An underfloor heating system will heat your rooms by radiating heat in a more efficient manner. Warmth generated is focused into the more useful region of the room, meaning less energy is wasted heating up your ceiling first

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Our comprehensive service includes a full package of insulating, pipework and screed.

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Our Partners

Speedfit , Wavin , Polypipe, Uponor


ELECTRIC UNDER FLOOR HEATING

Electric underfloor heating is a comfortable and energy saving way to heat your home without the need for radiators.

How does Electric Underfloor Heating work?

A thin electric heating wire is laid in a series of loops underneath the floor of your home, providing an even distribution of heat in whichever independently controlled zone you require.

What are the benefits of Underfloor Electric heating?

Common radiators operate by warming the air nearby, causing it to rise to the ceiling and creating warm and cold zones. An underfloor heating system will heat your rooms by radiating heat in a more efficient manner. Warmth generated is focused into the more useful region of the room, meaning less energy is wasted heating up your ceiling first.