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Underfloor Heating

Wet (connected to your central heating boiler) underfloor heating is becoming a more and more popular way of heating your home.

Some people choose to just install it in their kitchen / dining room or bathroom others, choose to install it throughout the property.

What Are the Advantages of Underfloor Heating?

  • The comfort it gives underfoot (no more cold kitchen or bathroom tiles in the morning)
  • No radiator means it frees up wall space for furniture, artwork or storage
  • Due to the lower temperature of the water used in the system it is said that it brings down fuel bills.
  • The heat produced is more even and constantly warm.

Pros and Cons of Wet Underfloor Heating

Which Underfloor Heating Pros and Cons

There are a number of different systems on the market and the correct one for your home will depend on your requirements/ budget and the types of floor in which the system will sit.

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