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5 Things to Consider when Purchasing Underfloor Heating

Underfloor heating is vastly becoming the most popular and desired method of heating in homes and public buildings such as hotels and schools as it offers maximum space abolishing the need for radiators whilst still providing greater levels of comfort.  Here are five things to consider when purchasing your fancy new underfloor heating system:

1 – SUITABILITY

The fantastic news is that underfloor heating works with virtually any floor covering including carpet, engineered wood, tiles and vinyl meaning that whatever your plan, underfloor heating will be sure to fit in with it! An important factor that needs to be considered is insulation, particularly in older buildings, as this will ensure the underfloor heating works at optimum temperatures without losing any heat.

2 – COST

Underfloor heating is almost guaranteed to save you money overtime.  As long as the systems are correctly installed, they will require no maintenance meaning no additional unwanted expenses so that your underfloor heating system can literally be out of sight and out of mind! Underfloor heating is also run at significantly lower temperatures compared to a radiator but still provides an immediate and consistent warmth which means your heating bill will reduce dramatically overtime. It has been known that the costs to purchase and install the underfloor heating has been recouped in savings within a year!

3 – YOUR EXISTING SYSTEM

Underfloor heating can work in conjunction with your current radiator system or as a standalone heat output.  In comparison to a radiator, underfloor heating is cheaper to run and approximately 25% more efficient. Alternatively the current radiators can be removed offering free wall space which is fantastic for living rooms and bedrooms where space counts.

4 – WATER OR ELECTRIC?

Choosing between a water or electric system is one of the most important decisions when thinking about underfloor heating.  Whilst both systems still work to the same principle, both systems are more suited to different types of building.  Water ushutterstock_198253487nderfloor heating is best suited to a new build property as the floor height may need to be elevated whereas electric is suited to existing builds and is fantastic in bathrooms and
kitchens giving instant heat to tiles. Electric comes in either a mat or cable form.  A mat is best suited to a larger, open space whereas a cable is suited to awkward shaped rooms as it offers greater flexibility.

5 – INSTALLATION

Anyone who is competent with DIY should find the installation process relatively simple.  A qualified tradesman will be required by law to complete certain parts of the installation in order to follow safety guidelines and validate your guarantee (which is lifetime if choosing a ProWarm system).  We will be with you every step of the way during the installation process. We are also open six days a week to answer any technical queries you may have in regards to installation. We also have a fantastic YouTube channel, packed with installation videos to lend you a helping hand.

 

Warm up your Winter with ProWarm

ProWarm PartnerAs summer evenings draw to a close and winter nights begin to rear its grey head, a lot of people are beginning to look at improved ways to make their homes warmer during the approaching harsh winter winds and are considering purchasing and installing underfloor heating. With its popularity soaring in latest years and with the market ever-growing it is becoming harder to choose a brand that you can trust to see you through the cold and dreary evenings.

ProWarm is one of the best-selling underfloor heating brands available on today’s current market in Europe. Unlike the majority of its competitors ProWarm specialises in both electric and warm water underfloor heating systems making it clear to see why this is the professional’s choice when deciding what brand to select. With their systems currently installed in more than 100,000 UK homes, they offer an extensive product range from single room heating mats to large multi-storey wet systems, meaning they have a solution to every scenario from renovations to new builds. Their products endeavor to be hassle free to install whilst they offer a larger range of sizes to suit all consumers available to cover a wide range of floor coverings such as carpet, engineered wood and tiles.

ProWarm is also the only UK company to offer complete peace of mind to all its customers with all heating cables and thermostats coming with a no quibble lifetime guarantee as standard with no hidden costs involved making it stand out from its rivals. The systems are constructed using multi-strand elements using the thinnest cables which enables them to be tiled straight over making the systems exceptionally durable, reliable and tough.

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ProWarm’s main aim is to ensure that every system they design and manufacture achieve and exceed customer satisfaction which is clearly demonstrated with a five star rating based on thousands of happy customer reviews. In addition to this, ProWarm also provide a technical helpline which is operated by more than 10 fully qualified electricians and plumbers who are on hand all day to give instant advice and assist with installation queries. The team can also provide full detailed quotations from your drawings or plans which will be supplied at no extra cost should you wish to purchase the system.

ProWarm is currently being stocked and sold in over 100 different outlets across the UK including electrical wholesalers and plumbing merchants and is purchasable through more than 30 approved partner sites but the best place to buy your new ProWarm system is at The Underfloor Heating Store where the prices promise not to be beaten.