Commercial Underfloor Heating Installations

Acorn Renewables Ltd specialise in the design, supply and installation of underfloor heating for commercial buildings. Underfloor heating is a central heating system that uses pipes below the floor to circulate warm water, producing a heat source capable of heating the air above it to any required temperature. There are many reasons why people choose to install underfloor heating in a commercial property across Ireland and Northern Ireland. One client choose Underfloor heating for its health benefits to their employees. As Underfloor Heating (UFH) is a form of radiant heating, thus heat is emitted from the floor  to warm people and other objects in rooms, rather than directly heating the air as is the case with radiators (convection heating). As Commercial Underfloor Heating is a form of radiant heating, it means that harmful bacteria and pollen cannot circulate as freely resulting in an improved air quality within your commercial building This is a major benefit to asthma sufferers or those with allergies.

Underfloor heating is becoming increasingly popular as an energy efficient heating option as it uses low temperature water, typically around 35-50oC, compared to a typical radiator system which uses high temperature water, around 70-80oC or more. Additional clients may choose underfloor heating due to its low maintenance.Once installed and correctly commissioned, an underfloor heating system will continue to operate by itself. Therefore, there is no ongoing maintenance required. Any maintenance that is required will be above ground level at the central manifold which should be installed at an easily accessible position within the building. Additionally Commercial Underfloor Heating Installations Ireland, offers the building management team the ability to set the temperature in individual rooms or zones independently using programmable room thermostats allowing complete control and comfort.

Below you will find recent case studies of Commercial Underfloor Heating Installations Ireland and Northern Ireland