The hidden heating system that warms your sole throughout the home
Underfloor heating systems are a great alternative to traditional heating systems and provide a modern means of creating ambient heat without the need to accommodate an unsightly radiator or heater on a wall of every room.
This flexible heating technology can be adapted to suit your specific heating requirements and can be used either as a primary heating source or as a secondary heating system to add creature comforts to what might otherwise be cold floors.
Our underfloor heating systems provide a more efficient, cost effective and environmentally friendly means of heating your home than conventional radiators or storage heaters. The heating is easy to adjust with a digital thermostat placed in each room to control the ambient temperature. Though frequently used in bathrooms, wet rooms, kitchens and conservatories where the floors are most commonly tiled, electric underfloor heating systems nowadays are being more frequently used throughout the home in bedrooms and lounges.
Under floor heating systems come either as single trace cables or rubberised mats. Both options are very thin and are easily incorporated as part of a flooring installation without the need to raise the level of the floor unduly. The systems are extremely effective in conjunction with most floor finishes, including porcelain, ceramic, stone, marble, vinyl, carpet, wood and laminate floor finishes.
Underfloor Conservatory Heating
As an extension to the building, a conservatory is typically added to a kitchen, dining room or lounge area. This leaves conservatories at a disposition to being exposed to the elements and so historically conservatory floors have been known for being cold.
Our underfloor heating systems not only provide warmth to the floor surface, which adds a creature comfort factor in itself, but provide a more effective and economical method of heating these areas. By heating the floor itself the heat becomes retained in the floor surface, whereas in stark contrast, radiators emit their heat into the air and so encourage heat loss through the glass and structure of the conservatory.
Please speak to a member of our team for further information and free friendly advice on installing underfloor heating systems.