Heating your home with radiators
Hot Water (hydronic) Central Heating can be used with wall radiators to heat your house. Radiators are installed across your home and circulate hot water that is heated from a Central Heating Heat Source. The radiators ‘radiate’ heat into the air in each room, effectively warming the whole space.
East Coast Plumbing and Gas has over 50 years of combined experience in both the design and installation of hydronic central heating. We can offer a range of options to suit different house designs, requirements and budgets. Hydronic central heating is a preferred central heating option for installation into existing homes with little or no disruption.
Like all plumbing systems, central heating benefits from regular maintenance and care. Ask our team what’s involved in looking after your existing or new central heating, and be sure you’ll get the best results from any investment you make into heating your home.
Heating your home with underfloor heating
Hot Water (Hydronic) Central Heating can be used to heat your home from the floor up. A system of pipes is installed into concrete floors across the home. The hot water flows from the Central Heating Heat Source, through the pipes and heats the concrete flooring. The concrete then radiates heat upwards into the rooms.
Due to the installation requirements, underfloor heating is best suited to new builds and major renovations. Underfloor heating is well suited to large spaces and open plan environments, and is often a popular choice in modern homes or larger residential premises like care and nursing homes, open plan offices, and meeting halls.
If you are interested in adding underfloor heating to an existing building or new build, East Coast Plumbing and Gas will work with you and the supplier to design the best system for your budget and your needs. East Coast Plumbing and Gas are skilled at installing underfloor heating with minimum disruption to the flow of your build or renovation project.