Radiator heating can be installed in new builds or existing homes using the following methods
Underneath the house - The most efficient installation option, durable plastic pipework is routed beneath each radiator and connected through the floor. Pipes can be insulated to minimise heat loss
Inside the ceiling - For homes where under the floor access is restricted, durable plastic pipework can be routed inside the ceiling and a specialist drill used to drop them down inside the walls to the radiators. Pipes can be insulated to minimise heat loss
Externally around the home - For homes where under the floor and ceiling access is restricted, durable, insulated plastic pipework can be routed inside a trench, around the perimeter of the home, and then connected through the external walls and into each radiator
Whether you are in town or rural, we have a solution for your needs. Water, which is used to circulate heat through the pipes, can be heated by a variety of means.
Gas Boilers - the most common heat source. These can operate on mains or bottled gas and model dependent can also be used to provide unlimited and instant hot water to your household
Air to Water Heat Pumps - similar to the common household heat pumps, these operate on electricity and convert natural heat from the outside air into hot water
Ground Source Heat Pumps - These operate on electricity and convert the natural warmth of the earths surface into hot water for your central heating system