Category Archives: Underfloor Heating
The great thing about replacing a gas boiler for an electric one is the amount of choice you have available. Generally electric boilers are small in size, pretty much silent and offer low running costs. We can’t say that an … Continue reading
If you’ve made the decision to extend your home to generate more living space, expand your kitchen or create another room for your growing family, good luck to you. It’s often a wise choice and, if done properly, and in … Continue reading
So many homeowners in London are converting their lofts these days, and it is no wonder. The cost of moving can be extensive, but there’s also the fact that as a family you may be settled into a particular area, … Continue reading
Property developers across London are queuing up to have electric boilers installed, and for good reason. Here are some of the top reasons why electric boilers and electric central heating are fast becoming the property developer’s dream.
Something we’re asked quite a bit when quoting to install underfloor heating is, how do you repair it if it’s embedded under the floor? Well it’s a fair question, so here we’ll answer it for you. The good news is … Continue reading
Underfloor heating is really popular now. We do a lot of it in new builds and extensions or conservatories and also refurbishments. Also in some business premises. It’s a really healthy way to heat a property and people love it … Continue reading
Underfloor heating has become increasingly popular both with new build properties and with re-furbishing period properties. It works perfectly alongside electric boilers and there are plenty of benefits.
The Elnur CMX15 electric combination boiler, is a smart boiler which is wall mounted and is slightly larger than your average gas combination boiler. It also weighs in the region of 70kg so the wall that the boiler is fitted … Continue reading
In Roman times, hot air would be used under the floors of buildings to heat them. Modern underfloor heating systems work in similar ways, and are becoming increasingly popular both in the UK and mainland Europe.
If gas central heating isn’t available in your home, the chances are you’re heating is supplied by storage heaters. But many homeowners today are finding that the drawbacks of old-fashioned storage heaters aren’t suiting their lifestyle. So should you look … Continue reading