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Wet underfloor heating



Our underfloor heating is known as a "wet" system because the heat comes from warm water circulating through loops of thin plastic pipe which cover the entire underfloor area.

The heat radiates upwards from the pipes, and is absorbed by the building and furniture inside. 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, on average, 20 times that of a radiator. It means that the temperature of the water in the system doesn’t need to be so high, which means heating costs are a lot less.

When you combine an underfloor heating system with a heat pump, you can look to enjoy a great increase in comfort, and a substantial decrease in home heating bills of up to 70%.

• Wet underfloor heating looks better (no ugly radiators),
• Safer (no chance of young children burning themselves),
• Healthier (less of the airborne dust)
• Enhances the value of a home
• Maintenance-free


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