Underfloor Heating is Fantastic to Keep the Toes Warm!

When you install an under-floor heating system, whether it be the electric mat type or wet/radiant, you don't just get the benefit of warm toes. It can also be used as another heating source for the area.

You can install underfloor heating systems in an individual room, e.g., bathroom, kitchen or a new extension, or the entire house, depending on your preference.  

We can fit your new heated floor system under most floor finishes such as wood, vinyl, carpet, laminate tile, and stone. Of course, your new underfloor heating system will be constructed with the most recent and highest quality materials, so you don't have to worry about durability.

Our experienced professionals will ensure that the heated flooring is implemented safely and efficiently and that there are no cold spots, which is a common issue on some installations. Whether you are looking for electric or a wet installation in your renovation or new-build, we can help make your area as cosy as it can be.

Give us a call now to discuss your needs!

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    Why Everybody and Their Dog Love UnderFloor Heating

    There's no doubt at all that it's much easier to install a wet Underfloor Heating system if it's a New Extension or New Build as there are no existing floors to rip up. That's not to say it's not possible; it'll just take a wee bit more time, money and effort. However, the benefits of underfloor heating will be there long after the pain of installation has worn off.

    There is also the option of using a dry/electric Underfloor Heating system. It's certainly easier to install, a bit cheaper, less work to be done underneath, but there can be a difference in running costs.

    We can always advise on the best method to go for.

    In general existing smaller rooms or existing rooms that are only occasionally used could be natural choices for the dry system as the running and installation costs would balance out.

    It would be best if you also considered whether simply adding radiators would solve the problem. We know we are talking ourselves out of a job here, but sometimes it makes sense to go traditional.

    Contact us to discuss what's best.

    You, too, can be as comfortable as the dog. As long as you don't mind lying on the floor....

    Underfloor Heating keeping the dog cosy in Motherwell

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