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How to Install Underfloor Heating

Continental Underfloor systems are designed to be simple and fast to install. In general the installation time is a third of that required for a comparable radiator system, and the level of skill required is less.

How you get your system installed depends largely on your project and how much work you wish to do, whether you wish to self-install, use a Continental Registered Installer, use your own plumber, or use our nationwide in-house installers.

Self-install

Many of our customers choose to self-install. Every underfloor heating system supplied comes complete with detailed instructions for fitting and commissioning instructions, and full colour coded CAD plans. They are also supported by our wealth of technical knowledge, which is just a phone call away on our Local Call rate number.

Registered Installers

Continental Registered Installers operate locally across the UK. They have undertaken training with us, have passed our Registered Installer examination, and provide extra peace of mind. If you are a plumbing professional that wishes to be trained in UFH please contact us on 0845 108 7001 or email us for details of our training schemes.

Plumber Installed

Most plumbing and heating engineers are now familiar with underfloor heating systems, and we find that our approach of offering free, unlimited help gives them the confidence and trust to choose our systems time and time again.

How should the system be plumbed?

The simplest way to plumb in our system is to use S-Plan. Click on one of the images below for a closer look at typical system schematics

S Plan - Under Floor Heating and Domestic Hot Water
S Plan - Under Floor Heating and Domestic Hot Water
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S Plan - Under Floor Heating, Radiators and Domestic Hot Water
S Plan - Under Floor Heating, Radiators and Domestic Hot Water
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