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

Check out the Which guide to underfloor heating here.

  • Underfloor heating is a modern and high-spec feature allowing you to enjoy the luxury of warm floors during cold winter mornings and even providing a good selling point to push up your property’s resale price.
  • A large system can do away with the need for bulky radiators, offering extra space and a clean decorative finish.
  • Underfloor heating can keep cold floors toasty in any room, underfloor heating is thought to be a more efficient way of heating a mom from bathrooms to living rooms where that room’s walls, doors, and windows are well insulated – because of the way the heat is distributed.
  • Radiators rapidly heat the area immediately around it, with the heat rising and slowly distributing around the rest of the room. An underfloor system heats a larger surface area from the floor upwards at a lower temperature, resulting in a more consistent temperature.