Category: News

  1. Underfloor Heating Problems & Their Solutions

    Provided a high quality system has been chosen and installed correctly, new underfloor heating systems should not have any problems. However, as the first two conditions of this statement are not always strictly adhered to, niggles can occasionally crop up. The best way to combat any potential issues with your underfloor heating system is to […]

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  2. Can Underfloor Heating Add Value To Your Property?

    As underfloor heating is seen as a luxury form of heating, it can add value to your property. Aside from the financial value of your home, there are other ways that underfloor heating can bring extra value, a few are listed below. As with any technology or home improvements, there are a lot of different […]

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  3. Underfloor Heating Systems Back The Warriors!

    Back in September last year, Underfloor Heating Systems celebrated ten successful years in business by signing a sponsorship deal with local AVIVA Premiership Rugby Union side Worcester Warriors. Now, 6 months on we have added another banner at the Sixways Stadium, underlining our support!

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  4. The most important things to remember prior to installing Underfloor Heating

    There are a number of things to be aware of and to prepare before installing warm water underfloor heating in your property. Having gone as far as to ordering materials and having had them delivered, we will work from the assumption that enough depth is available for screed where installing in concrete floors, polyurethane insulation […]

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  5. How to use Underfloor Heating Most Efficiently

    We look at how to get the most out of your underfloor heating system through the proper set-up and prgramming of the thermostat: Our standard underfloor heating systems come with hard wired PRT programmable digital room thermostats from Heatmiser, and upgrades such as a touchscreen or wireless versions are also available. What is a Programmable […]

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  6. How easy or difficult is it to install UFH retrospectively?

    People can be put off underfloor heating when installing in an older property. Digging up the floor, finding a space for the manifold or even raising the floor itself can all be seen as barriers for people thinking about retrofitting underfloor heating. There are a number of solutions, which mean underfloor heating is still be […]

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  7. Underfloor Heating Performance

    A frequently asked question that crops up when people are considering installing underfloor heating in their home is how to get the most out of the system. A lot has been written about the cost effectiveness and efficiency of underfloor heating but check the DIY forums online, and you won’t have to search for long […]

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  8. Sponsorship deal with Worcester Warriors announced

    Celebrating ten years in business this year (2012) Underfloor Heating Systems Limited have signed a sponsorship deal with Rugby Union side Worcester Warriors. Underfloor Heating Systems Limited design and supply high quality warm water underfloor heating systems, both for the UK market and mainland Europe.  Despite the recession hitting many rival companies hard, Underfloor Heating Systems Ltd […]

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  9. Underfloor heating – warm floors perfect for human comfort

    Underfloor heating has been around for thousands of years.  The Romans used the hypocaust system.  Today we use high quality multilayer pipes buried in the screed or fitted between timber suspended floors. The normal human body temperature is 37 degrees C.  An underfloor heating system will only heat the floor up to approximately 23 – […]

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  10. Underfloor Heating Cost Compared to Radiator Systems

    It is said that running wet underfloor heating systems is noticeably cheaper, than other radiator systems. We look at the benefits of choosing underfloor heating. Lower Running Costs. Wet underfloor heating is one of the best ways to keep warm during the cold winter season. The running costs are normally lower than electric underfloor heating […]

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