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Warmth are Ireland’s largest supplier of warm water underfloor heating systems and integrated renewables. We deliver fully designed, energy efficient underfloor heating systems to installers, house builders, contractors, architects and self-builders all around the country. With a proven track record of over 20 years in the underfloor heating business, you can be confident in our Know-How.
If you require a quotation for your project whether it be small, medium or large please fill in our quotation form. There are no catches or fees, we will simply receive your details and aim to respond to you with a full quotation containing materials that would be needed, and if requested installation by our extremely experienced team. We only use the best quality brands, along with our fantastic warranty to ensure you receive the best and longest lasting underfloor heating system.
Warm Water Underfloor Heating
Wet underfloor heating circulates warm water through a succession of continuously looped pipes beneath the floor. The result of this is that a large radiant surface is created, the entire floor area effectively becoming a heater, warming your home from the floor upwards. Underfloor Heating requires only low temperature warm water and is ideal for use with modern condensing boilers and heat pumps. Comfort levels are high while running costs are low.
Warm water underfloor heating works by connecting pipes laid under the floor to a manifold (essentially a central system to connect pipes together) and then to your heating system. It will also be fitted to a thermostat or multiple thermostats so that you can regulate the temperature. The floor should be properly prepared and insulated to make the system work efficiently. There needs to be enough space to accommodate this and the piping, so you might have to elevate the floor level, especially if it’s being retrofitted in a room that already exists. Because of this, it’s easier to install water underfloor heating in a new build as these adjustments can be taken into consideration from the start.