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Our underfloor heating works when warm water circulates through loops of plastic pipes which cover the entire under floor area of the property/room allowing heat to radiate upwards from these pipes. Since the pipe-work extends right through the room, heating is even at all points.
The surface area of underfloor heating pipes in a standard room is 20 times that of a radiator. This means that the temperature of the water in the system doesn’t need to be as high as a convention heating system, which reduces your fuel bills.
Wet underfloor heating looks better (no ugly radiators), it’s safer (no chance of young children burning themselves), it’s healthier (less of the airborne dust which is particularly harmful for asthma sufferers), it enhances the value of a home, and is maintenance free.
Underfloor heating systems perform considerably better than conventional radiators. Radiators generate an upward stream of hot air through convection. This causes the air at ceiling level to be much warmer than at floor level. This stratification of temperature causes drafts and uneven heating and greater heat loss. Under floor systems operate through convection and essentially turn your whole floor into heater.
These systems operate at lower temperatures drawing water from your system at 45-65oC vs 70-80oC for radiators, this not only reduces your fuel bills but also allows your boiler to work much more efficiently. Furthermore, in buildings heated by under floor systems you can normally expect to be able to turn your room stat down by 1-3°C yet retaining the same thermal comfort as radiators operating at the higher temperature.
Our expert design consultants can advise on this specialist work by calling them directly on 01666 501580
For any queries or a free quote regarding renewable energy domestic or commercial, replacing an existing inefficient fossil fuel system or as part of a new build project call us now on 01666 501580 or submit your query in our contact us page or in the form above and we’ll be happy to contact you to discuss your requirements.