Customer had extended and completely renovated his 3 bedroom semi detached house.
The customer required under floor heating to all areas on the ground floor. As the part of the old house had ground floor boards and wooden joists and the new extensions areas had block and beam system, different types of under floor heating systems were required.

Measurements of each room were taken and sent to the under floor heating manufacture for design of pipe loops and routes. A very important part of the survey is to know what the customer’s finished floor will be. If wooden floor is the chosen finished floor  thermostatic probs are required, this is a safety measure to stop the room thermo stat being turned up too high. If the room thermostat is turned up too high the floor temperature would become too high and caused the wooden floor to buckle or warp.
The large kitchen area required celotex insulation board to be put down on top of a membrane. The builder hadn’t installed the celotex correctly, the back of the celotex had to be cut out so it could pass over the pipework and cables that were necessary for providing water and electric to the kitchen’s island.

The kitchen and lounge areas had the under floor heating pipework stapled through the celotex, this will have a minimum of 65mm screed of the top of the pipework.
The island and cupboards areas have been marked out as per the kitchen drawing.
The tv room, hallway and cloak room used had the plate system installed. The celotex is installed between the joists, supported by patterns underneath to stop the celotex from falling though the joist.
The manifold was installed in the hallway and each loop was tabled and connected.

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