We recommend having regular servicing to maintain an efficient system, when you have the boiler serviced for example to check inhibitor levels
The responsive use and lower energy requirements to run the Rapid Response® heating system make it a low carbon solution that’s compatible with current heating technology like gas/oil boilers; as well as working efficiently with alternative fuels of the future like hydrogen boilers and air & ground source heat pumps.
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Not at all! Wunda’s floor heating systems have been developed with the confident DIYer in mind, being able to lay the pipe
Floor heating and radiators happily work in conjunction with one another, to achieve this you will need to ‘T’ off from your
Electric has much higher running costs in comparison to water based systems making it suitable for smaller areas such as en suites
Most floor finishes can be used with floor heating, Wunda developed Rapid Response®, high density boards to support heavier floor finishes such
No, most users of floor heating install on the ground floor and combine the system with radiators upstairs – but you can
Absolutely, water based floor heating runs at lower temperatures, normally 35°C – 55°C, which is about half of what radiators run at.