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  • Rayotec (UK) are leading suppliers of electric underfloor heating, warm water underfloor heating, solar heating panels, and photovoltaic electric solar...

  • The Electric Heating Company supplies all aspects of electrical heating, from the latest heating technology to the best electricity tariffs.

  • Supplier of commercial and industrial electric heating products including fan assisted heaters, natural convection heaters, radiant heaters, underfloor...

  • Offers renewable energy systems

  • Specialists in the supply, design and installation of electric underfloor heating systems for industrial, commercial and domestic use

  • Underfloor heating systems, services and installations.

  • Distributor of power cable accessories, electric underfloor heating, high voltage components and Raychem trace heating systems.

  • Underfloor heating and flooring company also supplying laminates, slate and stone, carpet, natural wood floors and engineered board.

  • Terra Therma are specialists in underfloor heating, screeding & renewable energy solutions.

  • Sheths Bathrooms supply affordable, contemporary style bathroom suites, shower enclosure, wet rooms and bathroom furniture for modern or traditional...

  • Building services installation and maintenance providers.

Hidden Heating

Hundreds of years ago, the Romans built underfloor heating systems known as hypocausts that ran warm air under floors raised on columns. But it is only with the advent of modern pipes and controllers plus high-performance boilers that this method of heating buildings has really been recognised as an energy-efficient way of providing high levels of comfort.

Underfloor heating using electric cables or warmed water has many economic, aesthetic and health advantages. Because the whole floor gently warms the air above it, there are no cold spots. The even distribution of heat also reduces dust circulation, cutting allergy risks.

In hydronic systems, water temperature does not need to be as high as with radiators, so running costs are lower. The systems can be used with heat pumps as well as modern condensing boilers.

With water pipes or electric cables hidden away within concrete or timber suspended floors, there is much more space in a room and flexibility in the arrangement of furniture.

Staff at reputable underfloor heating companies have a wealth of knowledge which enables them to create a package that integrates with the customer’s chosen source of heat in the most efficient way. Systems can be tailored to take into account every aspect of the building that affects heat loss – such as building materials, wall thickness and the amount and type of glazing – as well as the heat source.

Underfloor heating can be installed during a new build or as a retro-fit package. Sophisticated thermostats are now available for maximum control of comfort levels.

Where to buy underfloor heating

  • Livinghouse - Unit 3, Ashfield Trading Estate, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7HL, 01722 415000
  • Rayotec Ltd - Unit 3, Brooklands Close, Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey, TW16 7DX, 01932 78 48 48
  • EHC - Block 5, Unit 40, Third Road, Blantyre Industrial Estate, Blantyre, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G72 0UP, 01698 820533
  • BN Thermic Ltd - 34 Stephenson Way, Three Bridges, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 1TN, 01293 547361
  • Solex Energy Ltd - Church Lane, Osmington, Dorset, DT3 6EW, 01305 837223
  • Underfloor Heating (UK) Ltd - Norris House, Elton Park Business Centre, Hadleigh Road,, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP2 0HU, 01473 276677
  • Underfloor Heating Systems Ltd - Unit1, 79 Friar Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 2NT, 01905 616928
  • Jointing Tech Uk - Unit 19, Woking Business Park, Albert Drive, Woking, Surrey, GU21 5JY, 01483 747 747
  • Allbrite UK Ltd - 30 Chester Street, Mold, Flintshire, CH7 1EG, 0800 781 3908
  • Terra Therma Ltd - Highway, Station Road, Tolleshunt D Arcy, Essex, CM9 8TH, 01621 862 633
  • Sheths Bathrooms - Sheths Buildings, Unit 2 & 3, Kent Street, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 1DE, 01254 679 432
  • Hewer Facilities Management Ltd - Unit G1, The Aquarius Centre, Edison Close, Waterwells, Quedgeley, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2 2FN, 01452 525854

Could you tell me which is better; wet or electric underfloor heating?

We are looking to install UFH in both our bathroom and kitchen. Both are relatively small floor spaces going to a maximum area of 4 metres squared and 6 metres squared respectively.

Many thanks



Wet is the best in terms of cost in use. However, electric systems are chepaer to install. A wet system can connect to an existing conventional central heating system but requires a by-pass arrangement to reduce the temperature to around 30C. This is done with a manifold, mixing valve and thermostic controls. Having only 2 rooms to serve will mean that even the smallest manifold will have spare connections on it. For retro-fit underfloor heating we have specified 35mm grooved extruded polystyrene slabs with foil heat dispersion layer with dry screed boards layed over such as Knauf Brio.


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