Under Floor Heating
The principals of piped water under floor heating relies on a continuous feed of pumped, circulating warm water – via a mixing valve to an adjusted lower temperature - through the sub-floor substrate; usually a 65-75mm cement screed, but equally can be installed over timber sub-floors.
Da Pre Services can provide a fully comprehensive service, which covers all aspects of underfloor heating, from single area packs to complete design packages for new builds, renovation and commercial properties.
Under Floor Heating (UFH) in itself requires a good understanding of basic heating and how it interfaces with the whole plumbing and heating installation. We have invaluable experience of the integration of UFH with renewable technologies as well as traditional boiler systems giving you complete peace of mind.
Our UFH systems are naturally efficient no matter what the heat source, and are equally suitable for boilers and heat pumps.
Benefits of our Under Floor Heating installation
Under floor heating systems suitable for all types of project, floor coverings, and floor constructions, our design come with CAD drawing. And they can be easily fitted for extensions and renovations, and linked to existing central heating systems. We are going to do all the design for you or customize it for you.
Water under floor heating has many advantages over traditional radiator heating. The installation costs are no more than a radiator system; coupled with the added savings on operating costs, the payback time for a water underfloor heating system is financially viable.
Choice of controls, which as a massive payback on bills, from simple rotary dial to digital or all-dancing internet linked room monitors (but we opt the simple options) - you can choose from HeatMax™ & HeatMax Plus™ range of controls covering 230v, RF & Networked options. Even when you are on holiday you can take control of your heating.
Under floor heating provides an even distribution of radiant heat from the floor upwards and you will never experience a cold spot area in your dwelling.