Underfloor heating blog

Can you mix underfloor heating and radiators?

In short, yes. Blog over, right? Well, no; it’s always handy to have answers for your customers when they inevitably ask this very question about the available underfloor heating designs and capabilities; we’re sure you’ve been there. So, let’s give you the facts. While underfloor heating is often seen as the new technology on the block, coming along to replace radiators - perceived as the archaic and traditional method of heating...

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The benefits of underfloor heating

Underfloor heating is on the rise as customers realise the advantages of underfloor over conventional radiator systems. Underfloor heating is a means of heating a whole property through the installation of underfloor heating pipe within your floor, this carries warm water to radiate heat into your rooms from below.

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The importance of installing high quality pipe

If you install underfloor heating systems, you’ll know that working with high quality pipe can make your life and installation a lot easier and quicker. Our SUPERflex™ UFH pipe has proven to be incredibly popular with installers for its flexibility: five layers of high quality pipe means it’s able to reduce onsite kinks and can be installed on even the coldest of days.

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Benefits of SlimFix

At Continental Underfloor Heating we pride ourselves on being able to offer a wealth of underfloor services as flexible as our pipe - from our friendly sales team to our underfloor heating designers - we all love what we do. However, one of the unsung heroes in all of this is our SlimFix® Underfloor heating panels.

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Things to do while waiting for a FastTrack quote

Waiting…. Nobody really likes waiting do they? If you’re wanting a quote for an underfloor heating system you don’t want to have to wait a week to find out about how much it’s going to cost. That’s exactly why with our Fast Track service you’re guaranteed to receive a quote tailored to your project in just three hours.

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