Underfloor heating installation across Devon.
We install underfloor heating in the local area including Kingsteignton, Ashburton and Totnes If you are thinking about having underfloor heating installed, there is no better time than now to make the change, ready for winter!
Before you make a final decision about which is best, take a look at some underfloor heating reviews on various types of flooring. We can let you know what works and why you can chose that material. This can help you better determine what options are out there.
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1. Underfloor heating is more efficient - underfloor heating can be much more efficient than using radiators, as it basically transforms your floor into one large radiator, heating from the ground upwards.
2. Underfloor heating is cheaper than you may think- many people expect to pay a considerable amount for underfloor heating, but it is now much more affordable.
3. Underfloor heating requires very little maintenance- your system will require very little maintenance and is unlikely to get damaged, as it is installed beneath the floor.
4. Underfloor heating works with any flooring- while you may associate underfloor heating with hard wood floor or tiles, it is compatible with any floor type you may have- including carpets.
5. Underfloor heating gets rid of radiators - you can finally remove your unsightly radiators, freeing up wall space and helping your room to feel bigger with cleaner lines.
An electrical underfloor heating system consists of multiple sheets, mats or cables that are installed under the floor. This type of system is very flat and so a lot easier to install than the water type. They are great for any type of installation but are usually more popularly used when installing retrospectively due to their nature.
For installing a water underfloor heating system, you must first have enough space underneath the floor for the pipework to fit. Unfortunately, in a lot of cases, this means you will need to elevate the floor level. This process can make it expensive and more complicated to install, especially if done so retrospectively.