An energy assessment is required for all new buildings to show compliance with Part L of the Building Regulations. This article covers what the energy assessments are, how these may impact your project and the choice of a heating system.
Posted 17 September 2015 - Read More
From mixing materials to shades of grey, now is the perfect time to refresh your home. In this article, Topps Tiles rounds up the key trends for 2015 and how to bring these into your home.
Posted 8 September 2015 - Read More
See this flowchart on choosing between electric underfloor heating and water based underfloor heating. Through a series of questions, this flowchart helps to determine which system is best for you.
Posted 13 August 2015 - Read More
Maximising heat gains can reduce energy bills and make a building more sustainable. Learn what solar gain is, how it impacts building design and the choice of an underfloor heating system with this article.
Posted 20 July 2015 - Read More
Are you an admirer of minimalist homes? Read this article to find out how simple aesthetics can be used to update the interior of your home.
Posted 15 July 2015 - Read More
If you are thinking about underfloor heating for your bathroom, kitchen or even your whole house, there is one important need-to-ask-now question: Electric underfloor heating or water-based underfloor heating?
Posted 9 July 2015 - Read More
Choose underfloor heating with a Lifetime Warranty. Even though it is unlikely that anything will happen, you’ll get complete peace of mind by choosing a system that comes with a comprehensive warranty.
Posted 1 July 2015 - Read More
A well designed small kitchen makes the most of the space you have available. Take a look at this blog for tips to help you decorate your kitchen.
Posted 23 June 2015 - Read More
The main difference between using different flooring with underfloor heating is the thermal conductivity of the material. We cover in this article what you need to know about different flooring for underfloor heating.
Posted 16 June 2015 - Read More
In most cases, underfloor heating be used as the sole source of heat. It's easy to find out if the system provides enough heat by having a heat loss calculation done and comparing this to the heat output of floor heating.
Posted 11 June 2015 - Read More