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Fully Installed Bathroom, Leeds
We transformed an old fashioned bathroom into a fresh, clean and modern looking one.

Fully Tiled Wet Room, Wetherby
Fully renovated Steam rooms, Shower rooms and Leisure areas of a private health club.


Underfloor Heating System. Calverley
Full fitted water under floor heating system, fitted to an existing Combination Boiler.


Underfloor Heating Systems

We are specialists in the supply, design and installation of underfloor heating systems for industrial, commercial and domestic use. We offer a professional installation by our highly experienced fitters.

Underfloor Heating is invisible and maintenance free, with no space-consuming radiators. It requires only low temperature hot water and is ideal for use with modern condensing boilers. Comfort levels are high and running costs are low. It means complete room-by-room temperature control, no unsightly radiators, lower fuel bills and blissful warmth underfoot all year round.

With underfloor heating the heat surrounds you rather than rising from the radiator and escaping through the ceiling. Experience the ultimate in comfort with underfloor heating that really will make the difference to your home and your heating bills!

Utilising today's modern multilayer pipes, control systems and high efficiency boilers, the underfloor heating systems of today are extremely comfortable and controllable. Radiators are no longer needed so giving more room space. The heat is more evenly distributed and dust is not circulated.

Underfloor heating from the whole floor area of the house gently warms the air above, eliminating cold spots. The warm air convects from the floor surface losing approximately 2 degrees centigrade at 2.0 meters above the floor, which makes the system ideal for all ceiling heights.

Independent tests reveal that the most acceptable indoor climate is one in which the floor temperature ranges between 19-29°C and the air temperature at head level ranges between 20 and 24°C. With radiator or convector heating systems a vertical temperature gradient is produced; colder at foot level than at the head.

Underfloor heating has made it possible to reduce energy consumption by using low water temperatures. These systems, based on the development of complex and very high quality plastic pipe, such as the multilayer pipe, now account for over 60% of some European heating markets.