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We often get asked the question, “….how much is it per m²?”
It is difficult to give an accurate answer without specifying the system to the exact requirements of each individual, for example:
Our 1 port kit (£299.97+vat with thermostat) will cover:
20m² with 200mm pipe spacing
15m² with 150mm pipe spacing
Or 10m² with 100mm pipe spacing (which is often used for conservatories, heat pump use etc.)
by Damien Wilkinson
Underfloor Heating is a beneficial eco-friendly heating solution that is more efficient and cheaper to run than other forms of heating such as radiators.
It can be difficult to understand what is best for you and what the right price to pay should be. This is where we can help. At Underfloor Heating 1 we aim to find the product to best suit your needs that is particular to your property and at a price you won’t find anywhere else.
Underfloor Heating 1 promise to beat any like for like quote. We always quote with a full itemised and quantified list of materials after obtaining the information specific to your property – not a generic quote-not all companies do this and beware any supplier that doesn’t! We only source products from the most reputable companies, such as Danfoss, Honeywell and Heatmiser. All of our products are from companies based in the UK or mainland Europe.
by Damien Wilkinson
The cost of underfloor heating depends on the size of the installation and the individual conditions in your home.
The cost of installing underfloor heating in your home depends on your answers to several questions. Do you have the necessary skills to install the system yourself, or will you require professional installation? How big is the area where the heating system will be installed? What type of system will be installed?
Wet underfloor heating systems, in which hot water produced by your boiler is pumped through pipes laid beneath the floor, are often more expensive to install than dry underfloor heating systems, in which electric wires supply the heat. However, wet systems are more efficient and therefore have lower running costs.