Underfloor heating - frequently asked questions

Central Flow screed are fully qualified installers who have experience in fitting all types of warm water underfloor heating systems, and to help answer your questions we’ve put this article together.

How does underfloor heating work?

  • The system works through pumping a controlled flow of warm water from any heat source. This could either be a boiler or a heat pump which runs through tubes placed below the floors surface.

Will my property be suitable?

  • New properties will be suitable for underfloor heating as they meet strict guidelines on insulation, however older properties can also have underfloor heating too with our retrofit solutions.

How efficient is underfloor heating compared to radiators?

  • Underfloor heating is up to 25% more efficient than radiators with a condensing boiler and up to 40% more efficient to run with a heat pump. Not to mention that through using our heating systems you can create more space in your rooms removing the eyesores.

Will my current floor covering be suitable?

  • Our systems work with the majority of floor types, our specialists will take the floor covering into account when specifying the amount of tube needed in the floor to heat the room most effectively.

Do I need a specific boiler?

  • No this is not necessary as our systems works with gas, oil and LPG boilers as well as heat pumps. This therefore doesn’t just suit modern rooms but allows for older rooms to be converted equally.

Where do you operate?

  • We operate across the UK providing nationwide coverage that’s fully bespoke to your specification with everything taken care of, we offer a no fuss, no delay program.

Central Flow Screed is one of the UK’s leading installers of underfloor heating systems, liquid and flowing screeds. If you have any further questions or enquiries, please contact out specialists today!

Contact us: 01527 337023 // louise@centralflowscreedufh.co.uk

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