How does underfloor heating work?
Most modern renewables projects involve the use of multiple technologies – and underfloor heating can be particularly effective when combined with ASHP and GSHP systems. It can be used to replace radiators and is more environmentally friendly and cost-effective to run than traditional heating systems.
The two main forms of underfloor heating are electric and water. Electric systems use cabling or mats to generate heat when connected to mains electricity, while water systems pump water from a heat source through plastic pipes.
Both can distribute heat evenly around a room and create extra space by eliminating the need for radiators or visible pipes.
Meet our Energy Efficiency team
We aim to make energy efficiency a focal part of any new build or retrofit project. As a tradesperson your customers may ask you for advice, specifications and quotes for the various types of renewable energy discussed above – and we’re here to help.
Our Energy Efficiency team is the only dedicated renewables design and estimation team in the UK. We supply MCS-accredited products from leading manufacturers, while all our designs are protected by our own professional indemnity insurance.
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