Underfloor Heating is seen by users as the ultimate in luxury Heating Systems. We are pleased to be able to now offer ground floor installations as standard to our homes. Ask anyone with Underfloor Heating and they will tell you this is an excellent addition to your home.From 2015 we are delighted to solely use Robbens Underfloor Heating System, which are widely regarded as the market leading system.
As there are no moving parts to an Underfloor Heating system, there is little that can go wrong. If correctly installed, pressure testing of the pipes means any potential leaks will have already been identified at an early stage and dealt with prior to screeding. As a result, one more of the advantages of Underfloor Heating is there are no regular maintenance costs to incur unlike traditional convection heating.
One of the many floor heating advantages is that Underfloor Heating heats the whole floor area in which you live. This generates the opposite heat cycle to that of conventional heat sources and results in warm feet and consistent room temperatures. Compared to conventional radiators, an Underfloor Heating system generates more radiant heat as opposed to convective heat.
Image of property with Underfloor Heating installed Another example of Underfloor Heating advantages is that floor heating allows you the freedom to design your room layout without compromise. You have the flexibility to locate your furniture where you wish, suiting your lifestyle needs and not your heating system as no space is lost to radiators.
With lower flow temperatures and no protruding radiators, installing and using a floor heating system means there is no longer a risk to small children and other vulnerable groups sustaining injury through burning.
Floor heating advantages are also demonstrated by the fact that an Underfloor Heating system produces less airborne dust than the amounts associated with radiators and convection currents. This is a real plus for asthma sufferers and people with allergies.
No longer is solar energy used for just heating water.Solar energy is a straight forward, cost-effective and energy efficient way to help run your home. No longer is it used for just heating water. The next generation solar PV (photovoltaic) panels now produce electricity to power your household appliances and lighting.For a typical domestic solar PV system, solar panels are installed onto the existing roof of your home, or to an outhouse or garage. The system links to your distribution board which gives preference to energy from the PV panels but will automatically use electricity from the national grid when necessary. All solar panels are guaranteed for a minimum of 5 years, with up to 10 years being offered on certain products, in addition, all panels benefit from a 25 year performance warranty, though have an expected lifespan of at least 30 years.As well as helping to considerably reduce your carbon footprint, installing solar panels offers real potential for investment. Not only can you make significant savings on your electricity bill, you will be deemed as being a producer of clean renewable energy, and as such, be entitled to receive TAX Free payments under the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme.