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Mar 13, 2012
It is important to choose the correct floor finish for water underfloor heating systems. Most floor finishes will work fine with this type of underfloor heating, but follow the below guidelines for best practices:

Jan 17, 2012
Wet underfloor heating is not a new idea in the UK. The Romans were using hot air as an an early underfloor heating system many years ago. Today’s modern water underfloor heating systems allows the floor to become one large radiator.

Dec 20, 2011
The underfloor heating manifold control pack provides temperature controlled mixed water to an underfloor heating system with a heat output up to 14 kW.

Dec 16, 2011
There are many areas of a house that can benefit from the use of underfloor heating as opposed to traditional heating systems such as radiators.

Nov 30, 2011
Water underfloor heating provides the most comfortable heating system on the market. These systems are usually easy to install and each zone has a programmable digital room thermostat that will give time and temperature control.

Nov 25, 2011
Before installing underfloor heating in a screeded floor, please check that the following guidelines have been adhered to:

Nov 14, 2011
The below article lists some of the advantages that underfloor heating has over traditional heating systems. Additionally, it provides some guidelines for installation and usage of an underfloor heating system.

Oct 10, 2011
Water underfloor heating outputs are quoted in W/sqm. The maximum underfloor heating output for underfloor heating in a concrete floor is 100 W/sqm, whilst for a timber suspended floor it is 70 W/sqm.

Sep 28, 2011
When considering underfloor heating, you have two main options - water, or electric. The following article outlines the advantages of using a water underfloor heating system.

Aug 31, 2011
When it comes to controlling your underfloor heating system, you could use standard thermostats. However, for the more technically minded people, why not try controlling it from your PC?

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