Which Underfloor Heating System Do I Need?

Looking at purchasing underfloor heating for your home and trying to decide on the right system for your home. Underfloor heating is available in two different types which can be used in almost any floor type. With both ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ systems suited for any home generating the perfect heating whatever the project being worked on. Underfloor heating systems are ideal additions for bringing into homes, adding warmth without the loss of space from the use radiators on walls.
Bringing electric or water underfloor heating systems into the home is a cost effective system efficiently heating your rooms. The choice of underfloor heating suited for your home depending on the specific project, economically running in comparison to the use of radiators.

Hot Water Underfloor Heating Systems

Benefits Hot Water Underfloor Heating

Hot water underfloor heating a ‘wet’ system consists of a network of pipes connected to your boiler this then circulates warm water throughout the floor to evenly heat up the desired areas. This system works extremely well with the majority of different floor types, and is perfect for larger areas and multiple rooms.

Leading manufacturers Polypipe Underfloor Heating and John Guest Speedfit Underfloor Heating offer different methods that suit your individual installation preference.

Unlike traditional heating systems Polypipe and John Guest Speedfit underfloor heating allows you to set a precise temperature in each room, with help from a simple thermostat to the latest development being able to control you’re heating remotely. By being able to control the temperature of each room individually, this allows you to save energy and reduce your running costs.