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Underfloor heating  

​Underfloor Heating delivers a controllable and efficient form of heat throughout your property, whilst at the same time free's up valuable wall space giving you 100% flexibility when deciding or changing your furniture layout.....

Benefits of Underfloor Heating......

Long lifespan ( 25 years plus)
Lower fuel bills

Combines very well with renewables or fossil fuel boilers

How does it work?

Air Source Heat Pumps work by extracting heat energy from the air. This heat energy is used to boil a refrigerant. The heat generated from this refrigeration cycle is then used to provide heating and hot water. As amazing as this sounds, Air Source Heat Pumps can comfortably deal with temperatures of -15°C and lower. They have been using them in Scandinavia for years, where it gets even colder than Scotland! In fact, the refrigeration cycle is so efficient that an Air Source Heat Pump can put out 3-4 kilowatt-hours of usable heat for every 1 kilowatt-hour of electrical energy put in. That is an efficiency of 300-400%... no boiler in the world can compete with that!

Is it for me?

If you have a modern, well-insulated property then you should definitely consider an Air Source Heat Pump. The remarkable efficiency of the technology makes it a must for any new build property. Air Source Heat Pumps are suitable for both domestic and commercial properties and work particularly well with underfloor heating. However, there are a number of things to consider before you commit. Have a read of this article to see if it is definitely for you.


The low running costs of an Air Source Heat Pump make it an excellent investment. The fuel savings compared to oil and LPG are massive and even compare well with a mains gas boiler. As an MCS accredited installer, all of our installations are eligible for the government's Renewable Heat Incentive, which actually pays you to generate heat. If the initial costs are an issue then an interest free loan of up to £10,000 is available from the Energy Saving Trust.

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