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Wet Underfloor Heating

A wet underfloor heating system is an increasing popular option to heat your home. With a wet underfloor heating system, a series of pipes connected to a boiler via a manifold, it circulates warm water throughout the floor to heat the space. Because the heat emitted from an underfloor system is more evenly distributed than a single radiator, the system can use water at a lower temperature. So it's a more efficient way of heating your home.

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There are 4 main types of wet underfloor heating systems available:

Standard output zone - A standard output system is suitable for internal well insulated areas such as a living room, kitchen or bathroom, controlled by a single thermostat.

High output system - A high output system is suitable for areas of high heat loss, ideal for conservatories, extensions and external buildings with lots of glass.

Multiple zone system - A multi zone system is suitable when you want to control different rooms at different temperatures and times, ideal for complete new builds.

Low profile system - A low profle system uses a smaller pipe diameter which attains a lower floor height. These systems can be used on existing floors with minimal disruption.

We supply everything that you will need to complete your perfect wet underfloor heating system. Please call us on 01473 559079 for any advice that you may need.

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