UNDERFLOOR HEATING INSTALLATION
Underfloor Heating is the premium choice for luxury heating systems and is an up and coming alternative to traditional radiator based systems. The floorboards are lifted up and a thick layer of insulation placed underneath. On top of the insulation a mat of heating cables is placed. When the heating is engaged the heat is distributed evenly throughout the room rising off of the pipes. This is especially effective on the ground floor as the heat rises through upper floors.
UNDERFLOOR HEATING SERVICES
There are a number of factors to consider with Under Floor Heating(UFH) Systems. There are two primary variations(dry and wet), each with their own advantages and disadvantages and it is important that you pick the right system for you. UFH systems allow you to remove unsightly wall hung radiators and this removes a large source of circulating dust from the room, ideal for asthmatics, for the individual pros and cons of the system types see their section below.
HeatHome UK provides a large variety of different services in Plumbing, Heating and Construction varying from the installation of brand new Kitchens, Bathrooms, heating systems and Wetrooms to repair and regular maintenance on existing systems. We offer extensive customisation on all our services meaning we’re your one stop shop for Plumbing, Heating and Construction services across Mid and South Wales.
We can refit your Kitchen with brand new units, counters, cupboards, wall tiles, appliances and flooring to ensure your Kitchen is always perfect for you.
We can refit your whole Bathroom with new flooring, tiling, shower, bathtub, toilet and cistern as well as sink and taps. If you’re not ready for a whole new Bathroom then we can repair and maintain your old Bathroom instead.
We also offer a variety of heating solutions to suit any situation no matter your requirements, including Vented and Unvented Systems, traditional heating systems and underfloor heating.
No matter your needs, HeatHome UK is the premium choice in Mid and South Wales.