There are two major types of underfloor heating systems, the water (or hydronic) underfloor heating system and the electrical underfloor heating system. Most homes have the former installed because it is more common. The hydronic systems use only water or (in some cases) a combination of anti-freeze and water. It acts as a transfer fluid for the heat in a “closed loop” and is recirculated from the floor to the boiler and vice versa while it is on. Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Brighton is a specialist company that installs, maintains and fixes underfloor heating systems in Brighton and Hove, be it water-based or electrical. Our customers enjoy some of the best rates in Brighton and Hove.
Sometimes, you may consider setting up your own heating. While it is a good idea, it is often more cost-effective to hire a professional service. Think of the time and money you could save without making the wrong decisions. But if you must, call a Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Brighton engineer for advice. We don’t charge for call-outs and our consultation is obligation-free. At Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Brighton, you have access to our services 24/7 because we are always available. We also charge a fixed cost and operate a fair pricing system. In addition, our response time is one of the fastest in the area.
Manufacturers produce various types of pipes specially for water underfloor heating. They are mostly built from polyethylene and include PEX, PERT and PEX-AI-PEX. In some cases, older substances like polybutylene and steel or copper pipes are still used for localised purposes. Water-based systems required competent designers and trades experts who are trained in boiler systems, circulators, controls, temperature and fluid pressure.
Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Brighton uses modern techniques and products to simplify design requirements and cut the time it takes to install/ commission water underfloor heating systems.
Wet (hydronic) underfloor heating systems can have a single source or a group of energy sources to maintain energy costs. One source of energy for hydronic systems is a boiler, especially combined heat and power plants. It could be heated by natural gas, which is regarded industry-wide as the purest, most efficient way to heat water. But it also depends on its availability. Another energy source is propane made essentially from oil.
Although it is less efficient than natural gas in terms of volume, it is more expensive and produces more CO2. Other energy sources include electricity, coal, solar thermal, wood or biomass.
Over time, your water underfloor heating system will bend to natural heat and moisture considerations. When heated and cooled cables or heating pipes are in the same space as other building components, heat may be transferred in a parasitic manner. This is especially common between refrigerators, air-conditioning and cold storage areas. In order to keep this in check, the cables, pipes and other building components must be sufficiently insulated. Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Brighton can set up a maintenance schedule to help keep your heating system in shipshape condition at all times.
Customers deserve to know about the service they hire before making any major commitment. At Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Brighton we are confident in the value of service we give our customers. For this reason, we are members on Rated People, an online community that connects both trade services and customers together. It also provides a platform for people to review and rate the service they received from respective tradespersons. Our page contains positive comments from satisfied customers, and we guarantee you will do the same after experiencing our work. Visit the page to see what they are saying.
Every business owes it to their customers to deliver outstanding service at all times. The main role of Which? Trusted is to ensure services in the UK are as efficient and responsible as they claim to be. Its endorsement scheme serves to evaluate and accredit those businesses with high quality standards. Unfortunately, the process is extremely strict and few services are able scale through successfully. Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Brighton is one of Which’s? approved businesses. The Which? logo is a sign of quality, fairness and integrity. Rest assured, you will receive the best service for your heating system.
Installing a water underfloor heating system can be a complicated process if you are not familiar with the set up. For one, you can buy the wrong materials for your floor type. Consider that the type you use may vary with timber or concrete floors.
Fortunately, you can get expert advice from Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Brighton engineers for free! We also offer free home visitations. Whether you are at the buying stage or in need of maintenance services, let us be your first point of call. Contact us today.
Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Brighton engineers are trained to be customer-oriented. So much so, we want you to be happy every time you encounter one of our service personnel.
We are always glad to answer your inquiries and offer best solutions at cost-effective rates. You can also receive regular maintenance tips even long after the first installation service.
Our workers apply precautionary measures at all times, guaranteeing safety to you and your household.
Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Brighton is an independent company. This means we perform all our services inhouse- there are no 3rd party contractors. Our engineers are completely dedicated to their roles and you can hold us accountable any time.
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Our services are quicker, more convenient and longer-lasting because we don’t spare any resources in obtaining the latest products or machines.
As pioneers of innovation in the heating and plumbing industry, our customers enjoy efficiency no matter the project.
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Don’t leave your heating to an inexperienced service. You deserve more. Call us today 01273 257122 .