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Underfloor Heating Installers in Dorset

Click on image below for a gallery of a few of our installations

  • UFH mat

    A typical installation prior to covering with self levelling compound

  • 3iE stat

    A new 3iE Warmup thermostat in silver

  • Insulation boards

    Boards glued and screwed to wooden floor awaiting UFH mat

  • 3iE stats

    Range of colours available

  • Warmup loose wire UFH

    Loose wire UFH on insulation boards (not screwed as this is on a concrete floor)

  • Warmup UFH mat

    A typical Warmup UFH mat. A thermostat and insulation boards are also needed in any installation

  • Pink 3iE stat

    The 3iE display is so clear and easy to navigate

  • Installation of UFH

    A cutaway diagram showing a typical installation

  • Temperature of floor

    A laser thermometer showing you the reading on one our installations......cosy!!!

  • Warmup Xstat

    An entry level (but very capable) Warmup Xstat. I even have these fitted throughout my own home!

We fit many electric underfloor heating systems in all types of rooms. Use with conventional heating or as a primary heat source, the choice is yours.

By using the market leading brand – Warmup, electric underfloor heating can offer freedom of choice, no more ugly radiators or heat vents taking up your wall space. They are also fast and easy to install and best of all they are extremely affordable and efficient to run.

Warmup’s underfloor heating element is as thin as a penny, so it will not raise your floor levels. It goes where you need it, so you can fit it into bathrooms, kitchens, conservatories or any other room in your house.

The flexible design of Warmup’s systems makes it easy to work around existing fixtures or cramped floor layouts. Installing electric underfloor heating takes a few days and there is no need to dig up the floor and no messy concrete work.

Electric underfloor heating systems use a low temperature heat to warm your house and/or building’s floors. They emit radiant heat from under the floor surface providing you with optimal thermal comfort.

As a general principle, with Warmup a 10-15% energy saving should be possible using insulated underfloor heating when compared to conventional electric heating.

You would be surprised at just how little it costs to run Warmup underfloor heating systems as a primary heating source.