Under Floor Heating

An Efficient way of heating in comparison to traditional radiators, recommend for hard wood and stone floors. Complements Heat pumps

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Underfloor heating is thought to be a more efficient way of heating because of the the way the heat is distributed. Underfloor heating can be Electric (Dry) or Water based (Wet). It can sit beneath stone, wooden or even carpeted surfaces – will help to keep floors and rooms warm, and can offer an alternative to using radiators. A Dry system can be installed as a separate system, great for annexes and extensions. A wet System would need to be connected to an existing heating source technology, such as a conventional boiler or heat pumps (ASHP or GSHP).

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Why Under floor for your home

  • Efficient due to way the heat is distributed.
  • Electric ( Dry) VS Water (Wet) available.
  • Electric recommended for isolated system.
  • Water based recommended for a Full house system.
  • Can replace radiators.
  • Works well with Air-source & Ground source heat pumps.
  • Retrofit can be costly.
  • Work at lower temperatures.
  • Flexible options available for different floor types.

Why GU is most preferred

From the offset we set out reducing costs for all our customers, it was a question of being in control of your own energy … encapsulating our ideology of bringing … power to your pocket. We give concise and customised information for individual customers. You may be a family of 4 and couple or a business with 50 plus employees – we advise on the best solution on renewables, heating and energy saving. Installing since 2010, we will be celebrating our 5 year birthday next year … experiences define a person, a company a generation. We have installed various technologies on 1000s of home and 100s of small to large business. We love our re-visiting customers who share the same ideology as us which is bringing power to your pocket. The average family spend £ 2000 Plus a year on Electricity, Gas and Water – we want to reduce this to the minimum … with the right advice, some help with Green Utilities finance and a small deposit this is possible now … don’t just think about it, contact Green Utilities and discuss your options, your thoughts and plans for the future of your energy and efficiency of your home.

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