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If you are considering installing Underfloor Heating and looking for the best possible information and its suitability for your property. Then you will be delighted to know that Excelsior Information Systems (the owner of UK Home Ideas) has now launched www.AboutUnderfloorHeating.co.uk.
The website offers a wealth of in depth information, to provide solutions to your queries, so that you are not only well equipped to select the best system for your property, but also to achieve the best deal for this very significant
Once you start doing research on the web, you’re likely to discover, as Excelsior did, that there is very little independent first-class information and advice on the subject out there.
The UK launch of the unique Oxyvent Tank, will be great news for homeowners eager to cut heating costs in the home.
This pioneering new tank, which is small enough to fit into an airing cupboard, cuts fuel use, heating bills and carbon emissions, whilst heating a home more efficiently.
It will even solve common domestic heating problems and reduce maintenance costs, in any of the 22 million homes in the UK with a water-based heating system – new or old.
FloorHeatingDirect the UK home heating specialists, supply quality electric under floor heating systems at an affordable price.
The current technical developments in the construction of buildings and the enormous improvements in insulation techniques, has caused customers to demand a higher level of sophistication and reliability.
Floor heating systems create a very pleasant heat radiation due to the equable distribution of heat over the entire floor surface; other benefits include: The floor temperature reaches a pleasant comfortable level, providing the same temperature from floor to ceiling. No more cold feet and hot head. No more cold drafts at floor level. No radiators taking up valuable wall space, which means you can experience total freedom in your interior furnishing.
The company supplies both Mat and Cable floor heating systems to fit all requirements – the Mat System as featured in the photograph is designed to go under tiles, stone, marble, or slate etc. and can be installed on concrete and prepared timber bases, directly in flexible tile adhesive; the mat has an output of 150 watts per m².
The digital self-adjusting clock thermostats are easily programmed to provide a high standard of comfort.