Space Heating

Imagine you are driving a brand new Ferrari with flat tyres - the car’s performance will be impaired.

The same principle applies to the installation of a new heating system. 

You could have the most efficient heat pump on the market but if the rest of your system is not working properly then you will not get the maximum benefits from the system.

By upgrading your underfloor heating and radiators you can help to reduce the running costs of your heating system. 

Underfloor heating should be a serious consideration if you are planning a major refurbishment but even if you are just upgrading your boiler system it could be worth upgrading your radiators at the same time.

If you are installing a heat pump, you are required to look at the whole heating system to make sure it complies with MCS standards to qualify for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). It can also contribute towards a higher EPC rating when installing a Solar PV system.

Our experts consider every aspect of your heating system. Our holistic approach helps to ensure that that you get the maximum efficiency and returns from your investment.

Ground Source Heat Pump, Space Heating

Winterton Community Pavilion

North Lincolnshire

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running costs

Unlike heat pumps, there are no Government incentives for installing underfloor heating or new radiators.

However, space heating can help to reduce the running costs of new and existing heating systems and future proof the businesses against hikes in utility bills.

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Underfloor heating is mostly used in ground-floor rooms. Systems are most easily installed where it's possible to take up floors or where new floors are being constructed, so it is particularly suitable for new builds, refurbishments and extensions. It can be used with almost all types of flooring.

Underfloor heating uses lower temperature water than standard radiators so it needs less energy, making it cheaper to run.

The plastic water pipes are fitted in one continuous loop. Leaks are highly unlikely as there are no joints. The systems are generally considered to be maintenance-free. The manifolds which control the underfloor systems use automatic air vents – this means the circuits maintain themselves. All of our work carries an insurance-backed warranty.

Timing controls allow you to set the system to come on and go off when you want. As with radiators you turn them on and off as you require.

Underfloor heating is compatible with most heating systems, this means it can be integrated with an existing radiator system.

Want to know more about Smart radiators?  Read the blog by Johnny Love, Design and Specification Consultant at Pure Renewables.

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