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The Underfloor Heating Store is a market-leading, award-winning online retailer of electric and water underfloor heating systems in the United Kingdom. Established in 2008, we are proud to be the biggest supplier of underfloor heating nationwide, with a client base ranging from self-builders to tradesmen, large-scale builders to developers.

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Looking to install an underfloor heating system? Our dedicated team of heating experts are always on hand to offer friendly and knowledgeable advice.

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Is underfloor heating expensive to run?

Underfloor heating is not expensive to run and can be seen to be a more cost-effective system to run in the long term compared to traditional heating systems. Studies have shown that the yearly cost to run underfloor heating in a bathroom costs less yearly than running your washing machine!

Is underfloor heating enough to heat a house?

Underfloor heating can be sufficient to heat a house depending on several factors such as the size of the property, the type of underfloor heating system, and the insulation levels. A properly installed and designed underfloor heating system can distribute heat more evenly throughout a room, creating a comfortable and consistent temperature. However, it is important to ensure that the system is appropriately sized for the space it is intended to heat.

What is the best type of underfloor heating?

The best type of underfloor heating depends on the requirements of the property, such as the type of floor construction and the preferred heat source. For example, electric underfloor heating may be a good choice for retrofitting existing floors or small areas, while water-based systems are typically more suited to larger areas and can be more efficient when paired with a heat pump or condensing boiler. Ultimately, it is important to consult with a professional to determine the most suitable type of underfloor heating for your specific needs and budget.

Do you need radiators with underfloor heating?

Radiators are not typically required with underfloor heating, as the system is designed to distribute heat evenly throughout the floor and room. Underfloor heating can provide a more comfortable and consistent temperature compared to traditional heating systems, and it can also free up wall space that would otherwise be occupied by radiators.

Should you leave underfloor heating on permanently?

It is not necessary to leave underfloor heating on permanently, as the system is designed to provide efficient and consistent heating even when used intermittently. However, it can be beneficial to maintain a consistent temperature in the home by using a programmable thermostat to set a schedule for the underfloor heating system. This can help to avoid wasting energy and reduce heating costs by ensuring that the system is not running unnecessarily when the space is unoccupied or during periods of milder weather.

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A Name You Can Trust

At The Underfloor Heating Store, our team of highly-experienced, fully-qualified electricians and plumbers pride themselves on their unrivalled customer experience and superior technical support, with full detailed quotations that are able to be supplied within 24 hours from receiving your drawings or plans. Our in-depth knowledge of structural subfloors, floor coverings and different installation methods make us the industries leading experts in both water and electric underfloor heating systems.

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Electric or Water Underfloor Heating?

Whilst electric underfloor heating systems use electrical cables to pass energy through and generate heat, water systems use a connected array of pipes set in the floor, a heat source and a pump to pass water through the pipes that in turn, work to heat your floor.

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Electric Underfloor Heating

  • Easy to install
  • Cheaper to install in smaller areas i.e kitchens/bathrooms
  • Retro-fit into existing rooms with minimum disruption
  • Only increase floor height from as little as 3mm
  • Choose wattage output for different scenarios
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Water Underfloor Heating

  • Generally cheaper to run than electric heating
  • Cheaper to install in new builds and full refurbishments
  • Can run using air source heat pumps for low energy usage
  • Systems can be remotely controlled via phone or PC
  • Perfect for large areas and multiple rooms
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