Central Heating

Central Heating

The most commonly used for hot water and central heating is the combination of a boiler and radiators. The efficiency of this partnership is greatly increased by the use of thermostatically controlled radiator valves. These allow each room to be set at the required temperature and react to changes in temperature caused by sunshine or other extraneous factors.

UnderFloor Heating

Today it's possible to achieve cost-effective warm water underfloor heating that is energy efficient and gives high performance, using a water temperature of between 45 and 55oC. One of the major benefits of underfloor heating is that there are no radiators, so you have total flexibility in room design and can make the most of every square foot of floor and wall space. Best of all, there are no cold spots. Underfloor heating allows even the largest rooms to have uniform heat, and virtually eliminates draughts caused by air circulation.

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