One of the important things any professional underfloor heating engineer considers is the floor construction. What type of floor do you have? Where are you installing the heating system? These questions will determine the particular type of design or the pipe layout specifications company with years of experience in the heating industry, CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex engineers can provide expert advice in making decisions that will guarantee the best heating installations for your property. Whether you are installing an underfloor heating in the living room or the bathroom, it is essential to match the system with your floor construction.
Every CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex customer enjoys a guarantee on our services. From free call out services to obligation-free consultation, we go the extra mile to ensure you are 100% satisfied. When you request a consultation, an engineer will visit your home (at no cost to you) and conduct a preliminary assessment on your property. Our pricing model is simple and transparent- our cost is always fixed. What’s more, we are always open 24hrs daily, 7 days a week. If you are ever in need of emergency heating solutions, CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex is only a phone call away. Our standby team will arrive at your premises within a few minutes- an hour at most.
CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex offers various floor constructions for timbre suspended floors and concrete. Each underfloor heating installation has a unique setting depending on the floor used. If you have any preferences, we would be happy to hear your suggestions. The two major floor constructions are concrete and timbre, but there are different types such as laminate floors and ceramic tiles, as is common in some bathrooms. If you would like to set up underfloor heating in your bathroom, specific arrangements would be made to accommodate the tiles. For one, an electrical type heating system is an ideal choice. It is safer and more convenient.
In concrete screed floors, the function of the screed is to diffuse heat across the surface, enabling an even temperature distribution in every part of the room. There are many ways to lay underfloor heating pipes in concrete floors. They vary according to the building type, construction or specific building regulations. The most common method however, is laying a concrete slab (or a suspended beam) over a moisture-proof membrane.
Next, the technician fixes a piece of insulation that is 20mm thick to the external (perimeter) wall, at a height that accommodates the screed and the depth of floor insulation. This is then covered with skirting boards and wall plastering.
Unlike screeded floors, timbre floors are not as efficient when it comes to heat radiation. This means the quantity of heat emitted is less. To make up for even temperature distribution, some manufacturers use heat emission plates. This procedure offers a more expensive way to install underfloor heating in timbre suspended floors. At the end, the temperature of the aluminium plates is not usually as high. Fortunately, our engineers have a better, more cost-effective alternative. They use a 50mm poluyurethane insulation between joints, and a series of special clips to fasten the pipe to the insulation. At the end of the configuration, the room becomes evenly heated and at a cheaper rate.
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Don’t install an underfloor heating system on your own. Neither should you let an inexperienced tradesperson do it for you. At CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex, you can get expert information from professional heating engineers.
Consider this; you get to make informed decisions on your installation and save money too. What’s more, our consultation is obligation-free. Should you hire our services, we guarantee the best components for your heating.
Since the first day we opened the doors to our customers, our guiding principle has always been “customer first”. Years later, we still operate by the same standards.
Our engineers work with precaution to ensure everybody on the premises is safe. Furthermore, we have a comprehensive insurance policy that covers our projects. We will always have your interests at heart. Choose CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex today.
Wherever you are in East/West Sussex, CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex engineers will be at you home in an hour or less.
Our services are unique and we do not hire 3rd party contactors to do the job. This makes us full accountable for the project. We are confident in our ability to deliver any time.
CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex is one of the leading companies that provide heating and plumbing services in the UK.
Our approach is informed by innovative research and proven applications. You will discover that the techniques we use are designed to reduce customer inconvenience and improve solutions across each brand touchpoint.