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  1. Case Study: Ladoc Road, Keynsham, Bristol, BS31

    Underfloor heating Bristol     Project type: Extension and renovation. UFH throughout the ground floor Heated floor area and number of zones:  69 m2, 4 zones Heat source:  boiler Pipe centres:  200 mm cc throughout Floor construction:  concrete (screeded) floor throughout with pipe clipped onto insulation.     Thanks to our client’s preparation and decision […]

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  2. Wet Underfloor Heating

    Wet Underfloor Heating is just one of the types of underfloor heating systems that we have to offer. Like an electronic under floor heating system, a wet system can also be installed underneath stone, tiled, wooden or carpeted floors. It can be used as an alternative to central heating in bathrooms, kitchens or a whole […]

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  3. Underfloor Heating Systems

    Underfloor Heating Systems is the leading name when it comes to under floor heating, as we are a company that is highly experienced in delivering quality systems that really make a difference to the comfort of your home. Did you know that we spend at least 22 of every 24 hours in artificial climates? This […]

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  4. Is it possible to combine traditional radiators with underfloor heating?

    Wet underfloor heating and radiators can indeed be combined together. It is quite common for properties in the United Kingdom to have underfloor heating e.g. on the ground floor and radiators on the upper floors. As the ground floor is generally concrete screed, in particular with new builds, this is the perfect floor construction for […]

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  5. Your underfloor heating quote

    Having designed, supplied and installed underfloor heating successfully now for over a decade, we are in a lucky situation where we are trusted and proven as experts in the industry. Here, our director Anders Berg gives the benefit of his experience to explain how to get the best quote for your project:   Buying an […]

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  6. Screed thickness with underfloor heating in solid concrete floors

    You will benefit from the best performance of any underfloor heating system using a solid floor, with the pipes buried in a screed on top of floor insulation.  You can achieve a maximum heat output of 100 W / m2 in concrete floors compared to only 70 W / m2 in timber suspended floors.   […]

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  7. How does underfloor heating cope with high boiler flow temperatures?

    An explanation of how the manifold & mixing valve work   Here at Underfloor Heating Systems Ltd we use the Reliance Water Controls (RWC) pump mixing valve to lower the water temperature from the boiler to the underfloor heating system. But what exactly is a manifold mixing valve and why does every underfloor heating manifold need […]

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  8. Case Study: Underfloor Heating in London

    Underfloor heating project in Cotswold Gardens, London, NW2   Project type: Extension and renovation. UFH throughout the ground floor plus first floor en-suite. Heated floor area and number of zones: 67 m2, 3 zones Heat source: boiler Pipe centres: 200 mm cc throughout Floor construction:  concrete (screeded) ground floor, timber suspended first floor   The […]

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  9. Underfloor Heating FAQ Part One

    Below we have tried to answer some of the common questions that we get asked here at Underfloor Heating Systems Limited. We get so many questions, and we do try our best to answer them all! We will continue to answer more questions later on, so please keep on checking this blog.   Q. Can […]

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  10. Eco Friendly Heating Systems – The Pros & Cons

    Traditional heating systems are among the many sources of pollution, however, this became clear only in recent times. During the last decades, people have become more and more aware of the huge impact that these domestic appliances have on the environment. Moreover, traditional boilers can suffer from dangerous leakages of carbon monoxide, which is a […]

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