In 2024, UK homeowners are embracing the rise of wet underfloor heating. From unparalleled comfort to eco-friendly efficiency, it's not just a trend but a game-changer in home comfort. Join us as we explore why it's becoming the heating solution of choice across the nation.
In the quest for sustainable living, underfloor heating emerges as a potent ally, especially in the context of the UK's ambitious net zero housing goals. Partnering with renewable energy sources like heat pumps, underfloor heating systems offer unparalleled efficiency and comfort while significantly reducing carbon emissions. Let's delve into how these innovative solutions are shaping the future of eco-conscious housing.
While many people are aware of the benefits of underfloor heating, they may be hesitant to install it in their homes if they are already living there. The idea of tearing up floors and disrupting daily life can be daunting, but with the right planning and execution, installing underfloor heating in a lived-in house is not only possible but can be a great investment for the long-term.
With the colder months approaching, and an energy crisis in full swing, most UK households are asking whether it's safe to run their house colder than usual. Certainly, the prospect of escalating bills is something that most of us want to manage as tightly as possible, but the fact is, a cold house can be bad for your health....
One of the most frequently asked questions about this popular way to heat a home is, whether it’s cheaper to keep underfloor heating on all the time. Also, to manage bills and still enjoy lovely warm rooms, ‘What is the best temperature setting for underfloor heating?’
To provide answers to these queries and more, here are 8 tips on making the most of your underfloor heating.
From adding a luxury look and feel to houses to increase their value, to improving comfort levels and reducing energy bills, underfloor heating is now a popular option for property owners. While today many consider this ingenious solution a modern invention, it is over seven thousand years old.
As of April 1, here in the United Kingdom, the energy cap increase has resulted in larger utility bills for most houses in the UK. We have analysed the market and here are our findings regarding UK underfloor heating costs and savings.
Just getting an underfloor heating system is not the end of the conversation, as there are two types; electric or water-based (sometimes known aswet underfloor heating).
There’s quite a bit of confusing information out there as to what to go for. As we'll demonstrate, not all underfloor heating systems are made equal, so we aim to clear up the confusion within this blog.
In the following passages, we’ll explore how underfloor heating wooden floors or stone tiled areas of your home can not only provide you with luxury levels of comfort over a coronavirus lockdown but cut down your energy use and efficiently shave hundreds of much-needed pounds from your annual utility bills.
Many people are dissuaded from installing underfloor heating due to the cost, and although installation can be more expensive compared to other heating solutions, the long-term savings on your energy bills more than makes up for the initial costs
Winter is coming, and with it means shorter days and cooler temperatures, both outside of the home and inside too. In this article, we will take a closer look at ten energy saving tips that can make a difference to how you heat your home.
So you're thinking of installing an underfloor heating system in your home? You're not alone. In 2018, the industry saw a 7% rise, demonstrating that underfloor heating is an increasingly popular choice.
Energy efficiency is something that many homeowners in the modern age are thinking more and more about. And why not? While it is not only a great idea to look out for the environment as much as you possibly can, it makes sense....
here are many different ways to warm up a home. There are perhaps more ways than you might imagine, at least at first! Therefore, it’s always worth keeping an open mind. However, there are some systems which...
Are you thinking about setting up water underfloor heating at home? There are plenty of great reasons why it might be the best decision you make for your home heating bills and efficiency. But what are some of the factors and features you should be looking for...
Are you working on a new build project? You’re likely looking at all kinds of modern installations and appliances. One of the main facets of any home, of course, is the heating. While plenty of UK homes make use of traditional heating and insulation, you’ll likely find that new builds across the country use heated floor systems.
Underfloor heating is becoming more and more popular over conventional radiators, as people are searching for modernised and improved systems in their homes. But how will underfloor heating benefit you?
Have you ever thought about how cold your bathroom can get? You may have an old-style radiator in your wet room, but is it really giving out enough heat to keep you cosy? If not, it may be time to consider looking at single zone underfloor heating instead. But what are the major benefits of underfloor heating, and why is it so popular for bathrooms?