UNDERFLOOR HEATING SYSTEMS
UNDERFLOOR HEATING INSTALLATION
In the last Decade UltraSyntec recognised that UNDERFLOOR HEATING (UFH) has become ever more popular within the commercial and domestic sector, so we teamed up with NU-HEAT who are regarded as the UK’s market leader in the design/manufacture and supply of UFH.
The advantage of using UltraSyntc Ltd is that we can install both your Underfloor Heating and screed, all under one company name. The advantages to this are.
- One combined Quotation
- All under one warranty
- Total cost of project
Principle Of Operation
Underfloor heating works by pumping a controlled flow of warm water from any heat source through plastic tubing embedded in the floor; because the emitter area is large, sufficient warmth is provided even on a cold winter day with no need for supplementary heating.
Benefits Of Underfloor Heating
- Design freedom – no obstructive radiators to take up valuable wall and floor space
- Lower heating bills – the low system water temperature of underfloor heating enhances the efficiency of condensing boilers giving fuel savings of typically 25-40% (source BSRIA), with even greater savings when a heat pump is used
- Comfort – underfloor heating produces mainly radiant warmth; the entire floor is heated meaning warmth is radiated evenly giving ideal comfort conditions
New Build, Renovations, Apartments &Extensions
Whatever the building, most can enjoy the benefits of underfloor heating and many can also improve energy efficiency by fitting a heat pump or solar panels. UltraSyntec will evaluate each project individually and advise on the best possible combination of products to meet requirements.
Ultrasyntec would recommend NU-HEATS; ONEZONE for a single room such as a conservatory as it allows for using the warm water underfloor heating as well as keeping traditional radiators elsewhere.
We specialise in larger properties such as Schools / Hospitals / Nursing homes or Homes which may be more technical due to size and shape. Underfloor heating, solar thermal and heat pumps can all be successfully integrated with performance monitoring if required.