There’s no cosier feeling underfoot than stepping out of the shower onto a heated floor. No longer just a luxury found in high-end hotels, under floor heating has become increasingly popular within homes, thanks to the numerous benefits compared to traditional central heating.

If you’re considering underfloor heating, we’ve outlined a few benefits to educate you on how this heating type could bring a lot more pleasure… and warmth to your home.


Low Maintenance

When correctly installed, underfloor heating requires very little maintenance, when compared with radiators or traditional convection heating systems. Our experienced engineers will check for any potential issues during installation, preventing any underlying (no pun intended!) further down the line.

Better Heat

Unlike radiator which kick out heat from one side of the room,  underfloor heating heats the whole floor area, allowing heat to be distributed more quickly and consistently.

So, you won’t find yourself waiting for colder areas of the room to warm up.

Room Layout

A bulky radiator not only takes  up valuable wall space, but also prevents you from positioning furniture in a certain way. Underfloor heating allows you to use the space the way you want to, without the restrictions of radiators getting in the way.

Flexible Controls

Under floor heating systems can allow you to control the temperature within different rooms, rather than having one thermostat for the entire house. This saves on heating costs for rooms you don’t need heating, and makes your home more energy efficient too.

Allergy Relief

Unlike convection heaters, underfloor heating produces less airborne dust, offering more comfort and relief to allergy sufferers and asthmatics.

Cost Savings

Flexible controls and better distribution of heat mean that with underfloor heating, you’ll ultimately pay less for your heating bills thanks to using less energy.

Whether your floor is tiled, stone, wooden or even carpeted, our heating engineers can install underfloor heating under most flooring types. There are a number of different options to choose from, including water systems and electric.

If you’re considering underfloor heating, yet still have cold feet, speak to our team about the options that will best suit your home and lifestyle.