Underfloor Heating Bathrooms in Sussex

Underfloor Heating for Bathrooms

At Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Sussex, we believe that underfloor heating is rapidly becoming a more popular feature in modern homes. Builders are also including it as an essential and affordable part of their bathroom designs. If you haven’t already installed one, upgrading your bathroom with an underfloor heating system can add value to your home. Think about never needing to dry the floor, or the comfort you will feel when you step out of the shower on a cold winter morning. If you have questions about installation or need help setting up one in your home, our engineers here at Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Sussex will be happy to discuss with you.

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Making a decision to set up an underfloor heating system in your bathroom is a significant one. You don’t want to get it wrong from the start or it may cost you later. We recommend speaking to a heating engineer about it. At Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Sussex, we provide consultation services that are obligation-free. We don’t charge for call outs either. Customers who use our services often save more because our rates are fixed and highly competitive. There are also no hidden charges. Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Sussex is open 24/7 in Sussex so if you have a heating emergency, we are your ideal solutions team. Give us a call today.

Why an underfloor heating system in the bathroom?

Yes, the bathroom used to be a place where people showered and got out quickly. Today, it has become more of a relaxation area. Think about long hours spent submerged in a bath of scented foams. All the more reason to make your stay worthwhile. It can get chilly in winter, if your bathroom is not fitted with a heating system of some kind. An underfloor heating design is the ideal choice because it is easy to install, energy-efficient and cost-effective.

It also automatically dries the floor reducing domestic accidents such as slips and falls. It can even save you a trip to the sauna, because, after all you have your own Turkish bath at home.

What type of underfloor heating is good for the bathroom?

There are two main types of underfloor heaters; the electric system and the water or hydronic system. For the purpose of heating, the electric system is the better option. It works by passing current through a cable, as opposed to the water-antifreeze mixture of the hydronic system. The cables are extremely thin, making them suitable for thick, solid floors like bathroom tiles. Unlike an immersion heater or a cooker, the heating cables do not necessarily have to be very hot to be effective.

Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Sussex underfloor heating systems are safe. The inner heating element electrically insulated and earth-sheathed.

How electric underfloor heating works

The electric cables don’t have to be too hot, yet they heat up the whole bathroom efficiently. The maximum temperature setting for the floor is about 40⁰C- only a bit higher than the average body temperature. The overall heating effect is achieved because of the floor’s relatively large surface area. This is opposed to the central heating radiator which depends on a small surface area to get its high temperature. The heating wires in an underfloor heating system are usually thin, and helically wound in order to achieve adequate electrical resistance. One of the best wires for this purpose is the Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Sussex heating cable. It is relatively thick, and the element is made of stranded steel. It often comes with a lasting guarantee of about 30 years.

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Obligation-free Consultation

Having an underfloor bathroom heating is not something you install every day. Hence, there is a high chance of making a mistake if you do so without expert help. There are issues to consider like the type of heating cable to use, the pipe layout or the overall installation budget.

Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Sussex provides consultation that is obligation-free and easy-to-understand. Our engineers will help every step of the way to ensure you get the best system for your home.

Customer-oriented services

At Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Sussex, our customers are well sorted. We provide solutions that are hassle-free and long-lasting.

Are you concerned about invasiveness of our procedure? Don’t worry, we have techniques guaranteed to reduce inconvenience and disruption. Our services are flexible, we can arrange a schedule that is suitable for you.

Services unlike any other

Wherever you are in East/West Sussex, you will find our services unrivalled. Our engineers are 100% professional.

Whether you are building a new property or installing a heating system in your existing one, we know what it takes to make it as cost-effective as possible.

Technology-driven service

We take pride in our love for innovation. Our research and development team works unreservedly to design new installation techniques that make our projects faster. Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Sussex has a quick turnaround time, rest assured you won’t be inconvenienced from your bathroom for long.

Why choose Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Sussex for Bathroom Heating in East and West Sussex?

Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating Sussex is 100% committed to customer satisfaction, but there are other reasons to use our service:

  • Customers get obligation-free consultation
  • Our prices are competitive and fixed (no hidden costs)
  • We provide lifetime customer support
  • Our products are authentic and BEAB approved
  • Customers get real value for money spent

From Albourne to Crawley or Treyford, we have helped many. Let us help install your bathroom’s underfloor heating, call 01444 680003 today.

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Information about East Sussex
  • Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating is proud to offer Underfloor Heating Bathrooms services.
  • East Sussex's main tourist attractions include Eastbourne Pier, Hastings Pier, Hastings Miniature Railway, Michelham Priory, and Fairlight Glen.
  • A number of waterways and rivers such as Arlington Reservoir, River Rother, River Tillingham, River Uck, and River Brede are located within East Sussex.
  • The wards and electoral sub divisions of East Sussex also include Queen's Park (ward).
  • Villages within East Sussex's boundaries include Duddleswell, Chailey, Ditchling, Ewhurst, and South Heighton.
  • Last in order of mention, East Sussex encompasses Staplecross, Wivelsfield, Cooper's Green, Rye Harbour, and Flimwell.
  • Over the years East Sussex has assimilated a number of settlements including St Leonards-on-Sea, Seaford, Telscombe, Rottingdean, Pevensey, Fairlight, and Bulverhythe.
  • Other primary service areas of Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating within in East Sussex, England accommodate Camber, Portslade, East Dean and Friston, Normans Bay, and Hove,
  • in addition to East Sussex's outlying urban areas East Blatchington, St. Clements Caves, Winchelsea Beach, Saltdean, and Newhaven.
  • Just as importantly Clifton Hill & Montpelier Underfloor Heating's Underfloor Heating Bathrooms services cover the greater East Sussex area along with Peacehaven.
  • East Sussex is home to a variety of cities including Brighton and Hove
  • Prestigious schools in East Sussex are Peacehaven Community School, and St Richard's Catholic College.
  • Libraries in Brighton and Hove offer free educational resources in East Sussex.
  • Promoting cultural heritage in East Sussex is the Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, and Alfriston Clergy House.
  • East Sussex is served by Brighton General Hospital, and Ticehurst House Hospital.
  • South Downs National Park, Glynde Place, and Michael Hall (school) are popular with East Sussex citizens and known throughout England.
  • A26 road, A27 road, and A28 road are intrinsic to East Sussex transport infastructure.
  • Adjoining East Sussex to the north, Brighton Lifeboat Station, Shoreham Harbour Lifeboat Station, Newhaven Lifeboat Station, and Eastbourne Lifeboat Station are a short-distance.
  • East Sussex's reknown can be attributed to its diverse heritage including Pevensey Castle, Cuckmere Valley, and Anderitum.
  • Situated in East Sussex, notable heritage assets include The Mermaid Inn, Robertsbridge Abbey, St Leonard's Mill, Drusillas Zoo Park, and Lewes Priory.
  • East Sussex houses some well known churches including Central Methodist Church, Rehoboth Chapel, and Shover's Green Baptist Chapel.
  • The Guild of St Joseph and St Dominic, RAF Beachy Head, London, Rye (UK Parliament constituency), and Walter Gale (schoolmaster) are but a few of the important parts of the history of East Sussex.
  • East Sussex is a centre of commerce and shopping centers such as Churchill Square (Brighton and Hove) are famous.
  • East Sussex's local broadcast stations delivering locally-made programmes include Air Pictorial.