When you’re looking for a cost effective way to heat your room, you might be considering underfloor heating.
With a combination of rising heat and lower temperatures needed to heat a floor surface, it can prove to be an economical solution for many properties, especially new builds, self-build projects and extensions.
Using a conventional fossil fuel boiler could mean having to mix hot and cold water, since most will heat water to around 65-85°C; much too hot to walk on. This can make a sustainable system a lot less efficient.
An air source heat pump works a lot more efficiently in conjunction with an underfloor heating system. Generating hot water at around 40 degrees it provides a comfortable temperature without the inefficiencies of having to cool it back down.
When you add to this the fact that the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme will pay you for every KWh of energy your air source heat pump produces, you’ll not only be saving on your energy bills but also earning cash.
If you’re looking for a cost-effective way to heat your home, an air source heat pump is easy to install and integrate with existing underfloor heating systems and its low flow temperature makes it the best choice for an efficient, sustainable heating solution.
We’re obviously a bit biased, but we think an air source heat pump makes the perfect partner for an underfloor heating system.