Underfloor Heating Installer Scotland
Underfloor Heating Systems are an excellent energy-efficient way to heat your home or business in Scotland, especially in tandem with an air source heat pump system.
It works by distributing lower-temperature warm water through pipes under your finished floor. This is controlled by an intelligent Thermostat.
The Thermostat allows you to program different temperature levels in different zones, as well as set different temperatures in individual rooms.
Traditional Radiators vs Underfloor Heating Systems
Underfloor Heating installs are more energy-efficient than traditional oil or gas radiators, since heat is dispersed more evenly in a floor than from a radiator, saving money on heating bills.
Assuming that the underfloor heating system has been installed properly, you might save up to 25% of the energy used by a radiator, and up to as much as 40% when installed alongside an air source heat pump.
In addition to reducing your energy bills, an underfloor heating system is a great option if you have young children.
Radiators heat Air by convection, this creates draughts. While underfloor heating systems release heat evenly throughout the entire floor.
Underfloor Heating Key Benefits
In contrast to traditional radiators, underfloor heating systems require minimal maintenance.
Underfloor heating never dries out the air, and is comfortable underfoot.
It makes underfloor heating an ideal option for modern energy-efficient homes that use the likes of an air source heat pump.
Due to the complexity of installing underfloor heating correctly, it is a larger upfront investment compared with traditional radiators.
Reduce Exposure To Household Dust Mites...
An under-floor heated room is a room much less likely to develop common household Dust Mites.
These tiny creatures can cause Respiratory Problems, Allergies and Eczema.
They breed in damp areas of a house.
Having Underfloor Heating Can Help Reduce Dust Mite Populations By Up To 80%.
Specialist In Underfloor Heating
Underfloor Heating became popular in recent years due to its outstanding benefits, it creates an ideal temperature profile that feels good from floor to ceiling.
Furthermore, it is more environmentally friendly.
You can save up to 6 percent of energy compared to traditional heating methods, depending on the size of the home.
There Are 2 Basic Types Of Underfloor Heating System,
Electric & Water-based.
While it is easier to install, an Electric Underfloor Heating installation may be more expensive.
It is also important to note that water-based underfloor heating uses pipes instead of wires, meaning a more complicated installation.
Unfortunately, certain properties are not suitable for water-based underfloor heating systems.
For the best advice, contact our team to discuss your needs.
Five Reasons Why Underfloor Heating Installation Is Good For A Home In Scotland.
- Underfloor Heating can be more energy-efficient than other forms of heating, such as radiators, as the heat is distributed evenly across the floor rather than concentrated in one area of the room. This can help to reduce energy bills.
- Underfloor Heating provides a more comfortable form of heat by warming the entire room evenly and eliminating the cold spots.
- Underfloor Heating is a discreet method of heating that is hidden beneath the floor and doesn't take up any valuable wall or floor space in the property.
- Underfloor Heating can be easily controlled using a thermostat, allowing you to set the temperature to your desired level and maintain a consistent level of warmth throughout the day.
- Underfloor Heating Installation can be done in a variety of different flooring materials, including carpet, tile, and wood, making it a versatile option for any home.
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BRB Electrical Ltd is a registered company that takes great pride in servicing homes and businesses across Scotland from our headquarters in Glasgow.
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