When setting up your underfloor heating, the pipe layout and design is one of the important things to consider. If you are inexperienced or hire an incompetent team, you could get it wrong and end up spending more than you should. For instance, depending on the design, the pipe layout specification is 200mm centres. There is also a required maximum output for heat based on the floor type. If these are not taken into consideration, the pipe layout will be insufficiently completed. For both self-build homes and existing properties, CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex engineers help homeowners in East and West Sussex install the right underfloor heating system, and pipe layout is one of the key areas.
Everybody should have a home that is energy-efficient and minimises the cost of their power consumption. At CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex, we play our part by providing free consultation services without obligation to hire us. As part of the CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussexgurantee, customers don’t pay for call outs. We also have a standby team of heating experts in case of any emergency. Rest assured, we will arrive at your home within an hour (or less) from your call. Because we operate 24hrs every day of the year, you can reach us any time. Our costs are fixed and we do not have hidden charges in our quote.
Based on the type of floor, every underfloor heating system has a maximum heat output. For concrete floors, it is 100W/m2 and 70W/m2 for timbre suspended floors. It is important that you underfloor heating pipes are laid according to the UK’s latest building regulations. No rooms must use more than the stipulated output. At CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex, our engineers follow industry best practices to ensure your system is installed in the right manner. Condensing boilers are often used for underfloor heating. However, it is advisable to consult with the manufacturer if the boiler can be connected to a secondary pump.
CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex engineers recommend at least 50mm of Polyurethane insulation for the underfloor heating. The insulation is extremely high and applicable to both timbre suspended floors and concrete constructions. All insulation settings must be in accordance with industry specified measurements. When you work with CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex, our experienced technicians work strictly along these rules.
If it is a new build property, the builder’s dealer can supply insulation such as Kingspan or Xtratherm. We often use a minimum creed quantity of 65mm over the insulation for concrete floors. Plastic sheets are never laid above the pipes.
Before you use the heating, allow the screed to dry for 4 to 6 weeks. Because you will be using it for the first time, set the mixing valve to a minimum to allow the moisture in the screed evaporate. Increase the temperature settings by 2⁰C every day until the mixing valve is set at 45⁰C. Our engineers are careful to protect the pipe work while installing the creed. When the lay out is complete, the next stage is the floor finish. Most underfloor heating systems are compatible with any type of floor finish, plastics, timbre floors, carpets (with resistance below 0.15 m2K/W). Our engineers often recommend carpets and underlays must have a thermal resistance of 2.5 Tog or below.
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Pipe layouts can be tricky, especially if you are installing into a new build property. Give yourself a break by calling a professional member of our team. You won’t only save money, but install the most suitable equipment for your floors.
Our consultation is obligation free. This means you are not bound to hire us after the preliminary discussions. We also don’t charge for call outs. It is always a win-win situation.
We strive to provide a comfortable environment for our customers wherever we work. Our engineers work with safety precautions, however, every project we undertake is covered by a comprehensive insurance policy.
Our techniques provide non-invasive solutions for installing underfloor heating systems. We operate a flexible schedule and can work any time that is most convenient for you.
Wherever you are in CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex engineers can respond to your call within few minutes to an hour.
We pride ourselves in the unique way we delight our customers. From the preliminary discussion to the completion of installation, our services are unlike any other in the UK.
CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex is one of the pioneers of tech-driven solutions in underfloor heating. Our methods are borne out of the need to reduce customer inconvenience at work premises.
This guarantees our customers a safer, quicker more lasting service for installation or repair of their heating system.
There are many reasons to choose CMitten Underfloor Heating Sussex.
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