Underfloor heating blog

Does carpet really work with underfloor heating?

Does underfloor heating work with carpets? That is one of the most common questions plumbers and builders are asked (along with "which carpet is best for underfloor heating") and we are then asked, by people that want the luxury and efficiency of a warm water underfloor heating system.

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Don’t be cold. Get SMART thermostats.

Smart heating controls are the latest trend in the heating market. Everyone wants ease of control, especially from the palm of your hand – and we all want to avoid getting home, turning on the heating, and then sitting in the cold until it reaches 20 degrees. You can order your shopping from your phone, so why not control your heating?

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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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