Underfloor Heating continues to become increasingly popular in Ireland and Northern Ireland due to the fact that it provides the highest level of comfort, contributes to a healthy living environment and is incredibly efficient. Acorn Renewables Ltd supply and install domestic home hot water underfloor central heating systems in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Underfloor heating system can be installed into a new build or existing house, ensuring your home has a comfortable, affordable and economical form of heating. Additionally underfloor heating can now be installed with most floor constructions including solid floors and suspended floors.reed, wooden floors etc. As well as these great benefits, under floor heating is cheaper to run as it heats from the floor up rather than from the ceiling down. With under floor heating you can achieve a comfort level at a lower temperature than with a radiator system with the obvious saving in running costs. This lower temperature also allows Underfloor heating systems to connected to energy efficient heat source options such as: condensing boilers, wood burning boilers, geothermal heat pumps, air source heat pumps and solar hot water panels, thus reducing the use of fossil fuels, and also reducing your home heating bills.
Benefits of Underfloor Heating Installations Northern Ireland
Installing underfloor heating in your home has a number of benefits, for example
- Unsurpassed Comfort: By delivering heat where the human body needs it most and creating an even ambient temperature , underfloor heat is the most comfortable heating system on the market.
- Decorating freedom: Furnishings can be placed in any location or arrangement desired, as there is no need for radiators
- Peace and Quiet: A well designed underfloor system will operate virtually silently. No more noises from large fans, air forced through small registers, pipe expansion and contraction or water gurgling in pipes.
- Healthy Home: Air, along with airborne bacteria and allergens, is not circulated with a underfloor system. In addition, radiant heat does not dry out the air as with other systems.
A range of case studies of underfloor heating system installations in homes across Ireland and Northern Ireland can be viewed below