Floor heaters are a more sustainable heating method and are perfect for installing in just one room in your home to work alongside the property’s primary heating source. In this expert guide we’ll tell you exactly how much a new single-zone system will cost to purchase. You’ll find out:
- How UFH can save you money
- The cost of an electric floor heater
- The cost of a single room wet floor heating system
How much money can I save with floor heating?
Underfloor heating systems use less energy to reach comfortable temperatures compared to traditional heating systems and with this increased energy-efficiency you can achieve substantial savings on your energy bills. Using a Warmup system with its accompanying Smart controls and Smartphone apps to heat your home could save you over £400 per year. You can use our underfloor heating cost calculator to see how much money you could save.
Our range of water and electric UFH systems can be retrofitted in just one room as part of a refurbishment project (also referred to as a ‘single zone’ project) or used throughout your home as the main heat source. Find out more about the costs and methods of installing underfloor heating in different areas of your house.
How much will electric underfloor heating cost for my room?
Electric heaters offer great value for money. These systems are typically recommended for renovation projects due to their fast installation times and their low-profile design which means they won’t have an impact on your existing floor levels and ceiling heights.
If you’re looking for a radiant floor heating solution for your kitchen or bathroom, then our DCM-PRO Heated Decoupling System is a great choice as it has been specifically developed for use with stone and ceramic floor finishes. The DCM-PRO System can be purchased from £61.66 M/2 + VAT and should be bought with the recommended thermostat and insulation materials to maximise the energy-efficiency of the heater. A sample costing for the DCM-PRO System with the 6iE Smart WiFi Thermostat and Insulation Boards installed in a kitchen with a heated floor area of 5 M/2 would be just £519.70 + VAT.
Use our innovative online quoting tool to get a precise cost for this system for your home renovation project.
What is the price of a single-zone water underfloor heating system?
Due to their installation requirements, water floor heating systems (also known as wet or hydronic systems) will cost more to install but offer even lower long-term running costs than other heating solutions. These systems are ideal for use in new-build projects, but they can also be installed in smaller areas of your home if you’re undertaking a more thorough refurbishment. Warmup also offer low-profile wet systems that will have a negligible impact on floor heights.
The Nexxa-12 System is a popular low-profile hydronic floor heater for use in renovation projects. This system has been specifically designed to keep floor heights as low as possible. An example price for the Nexxa-12 System with a 6iE Smart WiFi Thermostat and its accompanying components installed in a room with a heated floor area of 10 M/2 would be £893.28 + VAT.
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Underfloor heating installation costs will vary depending on the requirements of your project, the system you specify and your location, but you can expect to pay around £200 – £300 a day for a qualified installer. You can purchase Warmup floor heaters from our network of retail partners, find your nearest stockist today.