Gas Underfloor Heating

At Sydenhams we source a range of gas-fed underfloor heating, from some of the top suppliers. Please have a look below to see what is available to you in branch today!

Polypipe Underfloor Heating

Replacing radiators with a home heating system that’s underfoot and out of sight means you have space to create the home you want without compromising on style.
 
Since Polypipe Underfloor Heating gives you the freedom to furnish and decorate your home the way you want, making it perfect for modern open plan living.
Polypipe Underfloor Heating
Plus, with Polypipes range of thermostat controls, you can precisely set the temperature in every room for constant comfort. And since heat is evenly distributed throughout your home, it’s efficient to run so you can save on energy costs.
  • Enjoy more space
  • Create your comfort zone
  • Save on running costs

Polypipe Underfloor Heating system has been engineered with flexibility in mind. So whatever the size and scale of the project, it can be easily tailored to work with its unique specifications and combined with Polypipe manifolds and pipe.


John Guest Speedfit Underfloor Heating

The Speedfit Underfloor Heating System has been designed to be quick and easy to install with components designed and manufactured to ISO9001 and DIN4726.
 
The Speedfit System has hot water pumped from a boiler to a pump pack, where it is mixed to  approximately 50 ̊C then distributed via a manifold to heating circuits made using Speedfit Barrier Pipe.
 
In concrete floors, the pipe is laid on insulation and then covered with a screed on which can be laid to almost any type of floor covering.
 
For timber floor, spreader plates are laid between the joists and the floor decking or on the underside of the floor. Speedfit Pipe is pushed into the grooves on the plates.
 
The floor area is typically warmed to between 25 ̊C and 28 ̊C, providing an even distribution of heat at only slightly higher than room temperature.

A wide range of electrical components means The System can have as much or as little control as required.

For more information on either of these products the please do contact your local branch and they will be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.