Say goodbye to radiators with Underfloor Heating
Types of Underfloor Heating
Underfloor heating can be used in virtually any type of project – new-builds, refurbishments, retrofits and renovations. It can be fitted in a single room or your entire property. Underfloor heating can also be used with various floor surfaces – including concrete, screed, timber, laminate, vinyl, stone and carpet. Take a look at the WarmUp product selector for more information.
Advantages of Underfloor Heating
- Efficient – spreads heat evenly using low-temperature radiant heat.
- Always warm – no cold spots as you move further away from the radiators.
- Flexible – can be connected to any heat source now and in the future.
- Control – create zones which mean you can control individual rooms and areas.
- Cheaper – low-temperature radiant heat and efficient distribution mean it’s cheap to run.
- Space-saving – no bulky radiators to take up valuable wall and floor space.
- Healthy – low humidity and dust circulation – good for allergy and asthma sufferers.
- Safer – no low-level hot surfaces or hard metal edges like a radiator system.
Why South West Heat Pumps?
We’ve partnered with WarmUp – the market-leading underfloor heating provider – to offer homeowners, self-builders and industry professionals the very best underfloor heating systems. For example, WarmUp systems come with the 4iE wi-fi control which learns how you use your heating system and automatically suggests ways for you to save energy.
Frequently asked questions
Will it only work in a new build?
No, we have a system for retrofitting underfloor heating in all building types.
Do I need to dig up all my floors?
No, we have low-profile systems that can be tiled as low as 16mm.
Will I ever get a leak in my pipes?
All pipes are continuous under the floor and come with a lifetime warranty.
Can I have carpets?
Yes, carpets can be laid over underfloor heating, but the tog should be no higher than 1.5 and you may need to run the heat at a higher temperature.
Free renewable energy survey
If you would like to discuss your project in detail then we will pay for an on-site survey on your behalf. Ask us anything, get some guidance on choosing the best renewable energy system, plan the next steps, and get a quote. We hope that you will benefit from the survey and consider working with us if and when you decide to install a renewable energy system. But, there is no obligation whatsoever. This survey will remain free to you whatever happens next.