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Underfloor Heating

With early systems being developed by the Romans, the concept of underfloor heating is not a new one.  Today, modern underfloor heating systems are becoming increasingly popular and, when used correctly, offer many distinct advantages over a conventional radiator system, not least economy.

In simple terms, a strong and flexible pipe is laid within a floor structure in a series of continuous loops.  These are then connected to a manifold sited above ground and heated water from a boiler or heat source is circulated through the pipe, warming the floor and turning it into a low temperature radiator.

Underfloor heating is particularly suited to renewable energy heat sources, such as heat pumps. Where required, our systems can be designed to incorporate a thermal store.