Our electric underfloor heating products:
Our 2mm thin High Quality Underfloor heating products are some of the thinnest on the market. Underfloor heating is an essential product if installing a cold floor finish like tiles. Electric underfloor heating systems are very easy to install. They also add minimal floor height and are incredibly effective.
Here you can choose your underfloor heating by product or room. You can feel safe in the knowledge that our products are the best value for money on the market. We offer our professional 2mm thin HQ underfloor heating and a trade (Warmtouch) option for those shopping on a tighter budget.
- Loose wire underfloor heating – For bathrooms and small areas
- 150 Warmtouch mats – Great value if a little wider
- 160 Watt 2mm thin HQ mat – Very thin for larger areas.
- 200 watt 2mm thin HQ mat – Extra heat, same price as 160 watt.
- Touchscreen thermostats
- Insulation boards – Keep energy waste to a minimum.
- Installation & planning service – Have your system fitted by professionals
- Lifetime factory guarantee – 100% peace of mind
Our heating products are made in modern state of the art factories. The quality of our underfloor heating is unquestionable. If you’re looking for the best value 2mm thin underfloor heating wire, or mat products shop here. If you’re interested in reading reviews from professional trades people about our products visit the tiling forum.
Our Warmtouch mat is slightly thicker than our HQ product. This mat also has a self adhesive backing. The Warmtouch heating mat is great value for money.
More detail about underfloor heating:
Underfloor heating came from the Romans. They understood that heating underfoot was a far more efficient way of distributing heat. Underfloor heating falls into two types, electric heating or wet (usually gas powered) systems. Wet systems are more complicated, less versatile and need to be installed by specialists.
Our product is ideal for renovation and for installation beneath tiles or soft floor finishes. Water based systems are generally used in new building projects. The pipes are laid under the screed so they are an indirect heating system, so take far longer to heat up.
The real benefit of a wet system is that gas is cheaper than electricity so the running costs are less. The down side is that it is very hard to control the heat either up or down. It takes 3-4 hours to feel any difference in the heat.
Our product – Electric underfloor heating is used in more area specific zones like bathrooms, kitchens and conservatories. It’s easy to install and adds only a couple millimeters to the depth of the floor. With the use of our programmable thermostats it is very easy to control.
Running costs will be slightly higher with electric systems but they are cheaper to install and easier to maintain.
Which ever system you are looking for, Underfloor Heating HQ can offer you the best advice, please contact us..