Wet Underfloor Heating Kits

Screeded Floor Kits

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Installing wet underfloor heating on a solid floor construction is the favoured and simplest method. Wet Underfloor heating pipes are secured by a floor panel, staples or clips rails. Once the pipe work has been fitted and tested screed is then poured over the pipe and insulation.


Low Profile Screeded Kits

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Uponor Minitec is the perfect solution for those looking to have a quick turnaround on their underfloor heating project. The main advantage with Uponor Minitec is that it is a low profile system and allows for various floor coverings to be fitted. The Uponor Minitec panel for laying the PE-Xa pipes 9.9 x 1.1 mm can be installed on any existing screed, timber or tiled floor.


Installing an underfloor heating system has become a very popular choice amongst builders, the main reason is simply because it allows for better temperature control on a room by room basis. As the heat generated from underfloor heating systems is radiant moisture levels and drafts are reduced.

Wet underfloor heating systems are becoming a popular choice for newly built properties, as it can be directly fed from your boiler via a manifold and then circulates the warm water around the room.

Typically a water underfloor heating system will be installed underneath stone or tiled floors, however it is entirely possible to have it underneath a carpet but a general rule of thumb would be to not have a tog greater than 2.5 as it might restrict how much heat gets through.

There are many options which have to be taken into account when considering which wet underfloor heating system you should purchase. The main factor to consider is what subfloor type and finished flooring you have chosen for the room.

Our range of wet underfloor heating packs accommodate for a variety of different subfloor types and flooring.

Whilst typically a wet underfloor heating system will be installed in a new build, they can in fact be retro-fitted without too much increase in the floor height. Water underfloor heating systems are also typically inexpensive to install and run.