Underfloor heating

Underfloor heating

Underfloor heating has become more popular in UK households because the technology is now cheaper and people are starting to realise the benefits this form of heating presents.

It’s not difficult to have installed, whilst being perfect for those renovating a room or completing a new build.

As you would expect, the system is built under the floor and allows heat to naturally rise in the room.

There are two types of underfloor heating; wet and dry systems. Both can be used in combination with any floor and property and the only thing that could change are the heating requirements.

Underfloor heating can even be installed into oddly shaped rooms, and experts will be able to advise you on everything to provide you with the perfect heating system.

  • Wet underfloor heating

Wet underfloor heating systems allow you to heat water up to temperatures of 65°C. Hooped pipes are installed under the flooring and water is pumped through at a low pressure.

This water is supplied by your central heating system, whilst thermostats and manifolds control water temperature and flow rate. With underfloor heating, condensing boilers are often the most energy efficient.

Thermostats are installed into every room to ensure you can carefully select your home’s temperature at all times.

  • Dry underfloor heating

Electric underfloor heating involves cables being fitted one or two inches below the floor surface. It’s possible to install in any property or floor type, but installation is made easier if combined with a new build or renovation.

Any flooring material is also possible with this form of heating, including vinyl, tile, wooden and laminate.

And as the technology has advanced it has become more efficient and also cheaper to install. Ribbon cables and heating mats provide much greater energy efficiency. Whilst water is heated to a lower temperature than wet systems, it’s still sufficient for your home.

Underfloor heating quotes

If you’re thinking of a way to heat your home more efficiently whilst keeping the maintenance and installation costs down, underfloor heating systems could be your answer.

For up to four FREE quotes from local, vetted and reputable companies, just complete our quick underfloor heating quote form. You can compare the underfloor heating cost and decide if it’s suitable for your property.



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Local Underfloor heating Projects

1 Project: I need underfloor heating in an attic room that currently has lino covering it. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached How many rooms are you looking to have ...
2 Project: to supply and install electric underfloor heating to kitchen
3 Project: Underfloor Heating valve leaking
4 Project: I would like a quote to lay electric underfloor heating in a kitchen utility and living room approximately 32 m squared
5 Project: We require a price for under floor heating system for our bungalow. It is being completely striped Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached How many rooms are you l...
6 Project: Homeowner Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint *
7 Project: Supply and or fit underfloor heating
8 Project: installation of wet underfloor heating system for a conservatory being built. concrete flooring. area approximately 20 to 22 square mts. House has valiant protesc plus 438 boiler Are you the property ...
9 Project: We about to buy a house within couple of months and looking to fit ground floor heating system and would be great to know roughly how much and how long it would take Are you the property owner: Owner ...
10 Project: We would like to install underfloor heating (water) in our garage as we are looking to convert this into a room. We would like a quote and availability on this please Are you the property owner: Owner...
11 Project: Bungalow fitted with underfloor heating
12 Project: quote to install wet under floor heating total area 56.6m2 with 4 zone system
13 Project: UFH - Water Circulated - 40m2 - 2 Zones - Condensing Boiler - Flue Gas Heat Recovery Unit
14 Project: pipe was leaking and it has damaged the floor I would like to remove my readyhearter if you can Are you the property owner: Tenant (with permission) Property Type: Other How many rooms are you lo...
15 Project: We are planning to go for ground floor with under floor heating. please let me know the quote. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached How many rooms are you looking ...
16 Project: Wet Underfloor heating system required for entire ground floor.
17 Project: Hi moved washing machine I to new flat but water isn’t running through to it. Also need a cooker connecting Are you the property owner: Tenant (with permission) Property Type: Other How many roo...
18 Project: Remove tiled floor and radiator in wet room, lay underfloor heating , and lay new floor covering. Small, narrow room. 70sq ft approx. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: T...
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Underfloor heating activity in November 2019

Underfloor heating Projects in the UK in November 2019

October 2019 September / October
Greater London 8,400 24% <img src=
South East 4,850 12% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 2,740 29% <img src=
North West 2,730 11% <img src=
South West 2,361 29% <img src=
Western Midlands 2,177 54% <img src=
East Of England 2,110 13% <img src=
Scotland 2,009 23% <img src=
East Midlands 1,945 26% <img src=
Wales 1,188 37% <img src=
Northern Ireland 344 -11% <img src=
North East 180 -25% <img src=
United Kingdom 31,034 22%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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