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Get an electric or wet underfloor heating system and keep your home warmer for less!


Electric and wet underfloor heating systems heat the entire room from the floor up, meaning less heat is needed than in a conventional radiator-based system which only produces localised heat that concentrates around the ceiling. Because less heat is needed, ‘wet’ underfloor heating systems are proven to be around 30% more efficient than traditional radiator systems, making underfloor heating costs relatively low. This translates into a significant saving on your fuel bill with a wet underfloor heating system!

Because underfloor heating costs are lower than conventional radiator systems, wet underfloor heating systems are a viable alternative. Wet Underfloor heating systems heat the room using hot water pipes, like a radiator). Electric underfloor heating systems do not require water. Wet underfloor heating systems can be used with conventional condensing boilers or solar heating systems.

To find out about underfloor heating costs, contact us now for a free, no-obligation quote from an accredited supplier in your local area.

Underfloor heating costs - What are the Benefits of Underfloor Heating?


Electric and wet underfloor heating systems typically only needs to run at 35°C rather than the 75°C at which radiators normally run. Not only does this mean underfloor heating costs are generally lower than a radiator system, but it also means wet underfloor heating systems are ideal for renewable energy sources such as solar heating which generate slightly lower temperatures than gas-fired boilers. And because the whole floor is heated, comfort levels are generally much higher in homes with wet underfloor heating systems than in homes with radiators.

Electric and wet underfloor heating systems have many benefits which offset initial underfloor heating costs:

•    With wet underfloor heating systems, temperature is much more even throughout the room with no cold spots
•    Because the temperature required is much lower with wet underfloor heating systems, convection currents are minimised which means there are fewer draughts.
•    Rooms with tiled and laminate surfaces which are often cold and uninviting are transformed into warm and cosy spaces with electric and wet underfloor heating systems.
•    Rooms with high ceilings are much easier to keep at a comfortable temperature. This is because with a wet underfloor heating system, heat rises throughout the room, rather than in a radiator system where the heat mainly rises up along the walls.
•    Because there is no need for radiators, electric and wet underfloor heating systems save space, particularly useful in smaller rooms where wall space is taken up by furniture.
•    Conventionally damp areas such as kitchens and bathrooms tend to be much drier with electric and wet underfloor heating systems as floors dry quicker.

Contact us now for more information on underfloor heating costs and a free, no-obligation quote from an accredited supplier.
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