Thinking of underfloor heating in-slab?

If you want your underfloor heating installed in the concrete slab of your new build or extension, this needs to be designed in at the drawing stage.

The thickness of the slab needs to be increased to accommodate the piping.

Sometimes the Builders think they know the requirements but actually don't and the Client ends up without the underfloor they wanted.

We have been called in a number of times when the slab has already been poured. There is then not sufficient depth to make it an in-screed (rather than in-slab) installation and the underfloor cannot be installed.

Please call for more information if you are thinking of in-slab underfloor heating.


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