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Electric Underfloor Heating - Troubleshooting
If you have electric underfloor heating that is either not working or is ineffective we have listed some useful guidance below.
How to make the most of a small bathroom: 25 experts share their tips
We asked 25 interior design experts from around the world: what are your three top tips for making the most of a small bathroom? The responses we received are fantastic and a real inspiration to your bathroom design. We have listed them below.
Electric Underfloor Heating Do’s and Don’ts
All ambient underfloor heating kits include the required accessories to successfully install your system, including a comprehensive installation guide - it is important to read the guide fully and familiarise yourself with its content prior to installation but we have also listed some Do’s and Don’ts to help you prior to or after placing your order.
Greater Comfort with Electric Underfloor Heating
In these colder months, getting out of bed in the morning to start our day just tends to take that moment longer. Giving up the warmth of bed to step out onto that cold floor isn’t the best start to your day. However, with an Electric Underfloor Heating system your mornings can be just a little more enjoyable, and a lot more comfortable.
Because Of Greener Electricity, Electric Underfloor Heating Makes Sense
The UK government set out targets in its National Action Plan For Renewable Energy (2009) for the country to produce 30% of all electricity and 12% of heating energy via renewable sources by the year 2020.
Electric Underfloor Heating - Trouble Shooting
If you have electric underfloor heating that is either not working or is ineffective we have listed some useful guidance.
Insulation is an Integral Part of An Electric Underfloor Heating System
Electric underfloor heating insulation isn’t expensive, but will significantly increase the value delivered by your floor heating system.
Underfloor Heating – An Ancient Idea for the 21st Century
The idea of under floor heating dates back thousands of years to Roman times, when homes and bathhouses were warmed by a system of furnace flues under floors before passing through chimney-like structures on the roofs.