Underfloor Heating

Underfloor heating is much more affordable than many people think and is no longer just a luxury option for the super-rich. In fact, installing underfloor heating can actually save you money by helping to reduce your energy bills as well as having the potential to increase the value of your property. Brazendale Heating & Maintenance have expertise in the installation of both electric and water-borne underfloor heating systems.

Environmentally friendly heating solutions

Underfloor heating is becoming increasingly popular in the UK. Not only does it provide an environmentally friendly heat, but it frees up space from floors and walls that would have been taken up by radiators, making the home more comfortable, attractive and warmer.

Whether you are interested in electric or water-borne underfloor heating, we will be able to discuss the different options and find the solution that is best for you. Here at Brazendale Heating & Maintenace we offer our underfloor heating systems across Cheshire.

Why install Underfloor heating in your home?

There are many fantastic reasons why you might want to install underfloor heating, however, some of the more popular reasons include:

  • It doesn’t take up loads of room in your home
  • Underfloor heating can be used to replace your existing heating system
  • Running costs can be much less than you might expect
  • The biggest reason why people install underfloor heating is simple though: there’s nothing better than coming in from the cold and warming your feet straight away, without having to wait for radiators to heat up.

If you want to install underfloor heating in your home, you’ll be glad to know that underfloor heating systems can be compatible with any existing heating system. You will, of course, need to hire professionals for the installation though, and this is where we come in. We have the knowledge needed to install your underfloor heating quickly, and to an incredibly high standard, and we can also complete the job for a fantastic price.

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