5 Reasons to Install Wet Underfloor Heating?

There are many benefits for deciding to go ahead and install Wet Underfloor Heating in your home – but here at VPS UFH, we decided to compile our very own Top 5:

1. Wet Underfloor Heating is compact and efficient

Wet Underfloor Heating systems once installed is compact, efficient and all the various components are essentially hidden from view. With no unsightly radiators making your walls ugly you will be left with a lot more room space.

2. Very cost effective in the long-term

A water based underfloor heating system, while not cheap to install, will result in cheaper heating bills in the long-term. Additionally an underfloor heating system will add a great deal of value to your property.

3. Reduction in your water heating costs

Wet Underfloor systems heat water at a much lower temperature compared to a standard radiator so you will see a reduction in your water heating costs.

4. Smart Stat Control from anywhere

A wet underfloor system, once installed, will be wired up to a Smart Thermostat , so not only will you have complete control the UFH system in your home but from anywhere you might be. Smart Thermostats connect to the internet and with an equivalent app on your iPhone or Android device, you can turn your heating on before heading home from work or even when returning from holiday.

5. Virtually no maintenance

Again, once professionally installed, your wet underfloor heating system will require virtually no maintenance. The pipes used are plastic and normally guaranteed for around 50 years depending on the supplier. No more costly call outs to fix a dodgy radiator.

Who are we?

VPS Underfloor Heating are able to answer any question you might have in regards your upcoming project or installation and stock a range of top-quality underfloor heating products from some of the most recognised names in the business including: Grundfos, Heatmiser, ProWarm, ESBE and Salus Controls.

Give us a call on 0141 459 3141 to talk to one of the team or choose one of the options below and attach your plans and we’ll get back to you with a breakdown of what you’ll require to get your installation up and running.


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