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Fifteen Hanger lane, UK

Fifteen Hanger lane, UK

Fifteen Hanger Lane
Project type
Residential / Student
Project location
London, UK
The Hogarth Property Group
Heating system
Electric Underfloor Heating
System specifications
  • DCM-PRO System
  • 4iE Smart Thermostat

The Challenge

Fifteen Hangar Lane is a new collection of self-contained studio apartments in London. Impeccably converted from an existing large period home, the high-end finish of the development required a state-of-the-art heating solution. Due to both the historic nature of the building and the total number of apartments involved, an innovative zoned floor heating system was required.

The Solution

With restricted ceiling heights and a concrete subfloor, the DCM-PRO Heated Decoupling System was specified by the Warmup Projects Division as the ideal heating solution. As a low-profile electric floor heater, the DCM-PRO System wouldn’t have significant impact on floor build-up and its unique membrane design also meant a lower level of screed was required. Its modular design also facilitated easy zone-by-zone management. The systems were installed alongside our 4iE Smart WiFi Thermostat, allowing the residents accurate heat control and personalised heat schedules.

The thermostats were also connected to a Building Management System, allowing optimised heating for the communal areas.

The Result

The Warmup team worked with the developers from initial consultation through to the design and installation stages of this project to ensure the residents of Fifteen Hanger Lane will enjoy the many benefits of automatic, energy-efficient underfloor heating in their new homes.

Product information

DCM-PRO System

4iE Smart Thermostat

Technical Information

The DCM-PRO System’s advanced technology includes an adhesive-backed self-healing decoupling membrane which helps protect floor tiles from cracking due to subfloor movement. The membrane’s unique castellation design offers a flexible heat output – from 112.5 watts per M² to 225 watts per M² – and requires less tile adhesive or self-levelling compound to be used.

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