Category: News

  1. Happy New Year.

      Yet another year has passed and now its time to look forward to 2018.  Reliability of products used within this industry is always critical.   Hence underfloor heating suppliers like ourselves – using only the best available products – will always look forward to another year with optimism and positivity.   We’ll of course continue […]

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  2. Case Study: Desford Road, Newbold Verdon, Leicestershire, LE9

    Underfloor heating Leicestershire One of our recent wet underfloor heating installations – in pictures     Project type: Ground floor pipe in screed installation approx. 120 m2. Heat source:  boiler Pipe centres:  200 mm cc Installation method:  Pipe (in screed) clipped onto insulation.   Above and below:  Bedroom with adjacent en-suite and dressing room (manifold […]

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  3. How much does underfloor heating cost?

    As a guideline the cost of a high quality wet underfloor heating system should be around £ 12 to £ 14 per sq. m. subject to floor area and type of project.  Guideline price excludes any potential extras such as aluminium heat emission plates or overlay panels etc. An install service is available as an […]

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  4. The importance of choosing the correct underfloor heating system.

    With over 200 companies selling water underfloor heating online in the United Kingdom, it can be a bit difficult for anybody to find the right supplier for their underfloor heating project.  Products vary, apparently even opinions vary.   Here at Underfloor Heating Systems Limited we have now used the same products for 15 years in the […]

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  5. Case study: Pool Lane, Brocton, Stafford, ST17

      Underfloor heating Stafford   Project type: Rear extension and renovation. One large room approx. 30 m2. Heat source:  boiler Pipe centres:  150-200 mm cc Mixed floor construction:  new part concrete (screeded) floor while existing part of the room was timber suspended.  Pipe clipped onto insulation.     With domestic house extensions we’re often asked […]

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  6. New improved underfloor heating store

      Best quality underfloor heating kits available 24/7 online – with added security !     Our top selling underfloor heating kits are available to order online via our improved underfloor heating store.  We’ve added high quality images of each item included in each particular kit – which gives you the chance to see exactly […]

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  7. Case Study: Richmond Place, Bath, BA1

    Underfloor heating Bath   Project type: Rear extension and renovation. UFH throughout the ground floor Heated floor area and number of zones:  35 m2, 2 zones Heat source:  boiler Pipe centres:  200 mm cc throughout Floor construction:  concrete (screeded) floor throughout with pipe clipped onto insulation.   During early February we were asked to install […]

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  8. Underfloor heating installations in cold conditions

    A reminder to protect pipes and manifold from freezing during cold spells of weather.   This has been an unusually cold and long winter, with proper frost and below zero degrees Celcius temperatures spread all over the UK including London and the South East.  It is likely we’ll still have more of the same.  Therefore […]

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  9. Underfloor heating installers wanted

    Due to the huge popularity of the system sold by Underfloor Heating Systems Limited we are looking for more warm water underfloor heating installers across the UK.  In particular for London which unsurprisingly is our hotspot.   However we are also looking at most other regions.   If you are an independent installer who would like […]

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  10. Premium stainless steel manifolds for total piece of mind

    Underfloor Heating Systems Limited aim to always use highest quality products.   Hence we have always used manifolds made by Watts/Dumser in Germany. Compared to some other manifolds available on the market, this manifold just doesn’t leak – which gives both the installer and the end user confidence. Nobody wants additional call outs to site, […]

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