Underfloor Heating in Sussex
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Revolutionise your space with our cutting-edge underfloor heating system. Precision-engineered for energy efficiency, our solutions deliver consistent, radiant warmth while optimising heat distribution.
Options for Underfloor Heating
The underfloor heating system is more in trend as it is way better than conventional radiators, the reason being their non-reliance on convection currents to distribute warmth, which ultimately leads to less loss of energy to the atmosphere.
The two major options for your underfloor heating installation in Sussex
- Hydronic Radiant Heating: This involves the rapid movement of heated water inside the tubes, providing you with a system that works with zone valves, pumps, and thermostats, keeping in check the amount of water flowing from each tubing loop with less use of energy.
- Electric Radiant Heating: It involves laying electrical mats, with its wires connected to an electrical circuit, and stacking them across the floor. It works well with a thick concrete floor, enabling the floor to remain heated for a longer period of time.
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Underfloor Heating Installation Services
We specialise in designing, supplying and installing both hydronic and electric underfloor heating systems all over Sussex, England, replacing the traditional floor deck with a fully dual-layered system. It is as eco-friendly as it sounds and much more efficient than traditional radiators if used in the long run. If installed properly, you can save 25 per cent of the energy, which otherwise would have been consumed by a radiator and up to 40 per cent when run with a heat pump.
Types of floor suitable for installation
The following types of floor are more suitable for underfloor heating in Sussex:
- Laminate flooring
- Engineered wood
- Solid wood
- Concrete floors
Underfloor Heating Repair
The first concerning question that comes to one’s mind is whether the pulling up of the beautiful tile, wood or stone laid over the underfloor heating system will destroy the whole aesthetics of the floor. But for that, you do not need to worry as we have solutions for that too; the use of special thermal imaging equipment helps us to locate the exact fault with the least disturbance in the system.
In an electric radiating system, there is almost no risk of developing a fault, as it is just a resistive cable. However, our team efficiently deals with problems such as air-locked pipes, problems with wiring, obsolete heating pumps, and much more.
Advantages of Underfloor Heating over Radiators
- Better Distribution of Heat: Unlike radiators that leave some spaces cold, underfloor heating systems radiate the heat equally all over the floor. Radiators can be as hot as 75 degrees Celsius, which is not even needed and is a waste of energy, whereas underfloor heating systems keep the temperature of the floor between 25-27 degrees Celsius, keeping it safer.
- Almost No Maintenance: Underfloor heating systems require almost no maintenance once they are installed; however, unlike electric heating systems, water heating systems need to be checked regularly.
- Energy and Space Efficiency: Underfloor heating systems use less energy than radiators and do not need to be turned on for too long. Radiators take up ample space, whereas the underfloor heating systems do not visibly take much.
- Adjustable Temperature: With the help of a thermostat, you can adjust the temperature in every room.
Experience the science of comfort at its finest!
Our underfloor heating systems serve at an affordable, fair cost. The temperature is controlled by brilliant thermostats, efficiently transforming your room into a large, invisible heat cistern.
Is an electric heating system cheaper than a hydronic heating system?
The electric heating system is not cheaper than a hydronic heating system, as electricity is more expensive.
Is installing an underfloor heating system a difficult task?
Installing can be performed by professionals only, as it involves pulling up your floor. In newly built houses, this process is completely safe, but if the floor has never been pulled up before, there is a risk of floor breaks and cracks – although once it is installed correctly, it does not require any maintenance.
Is underfloor heating good for health?
The radiators are more prone to accumulating dust and other allergens if they are not being cleaned regularly, causing problems for people with lung issues, whereas, in underfloor heating, there is no such thing, making it eco-friendly.