Underfloor heating helps to achieve Code Level 4

Thermo-Floor, underfloor heating
Helping to achieve level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes for these houses in Bradford is Thermo-Floor underfloor heating.

Thermo-Floor has completed the installation of underfloor heating for nine new 3-bedroom family eco-homes in Bradford. The company worked with Accent Group on ‘The Accent Healthy Home’ constructed to level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes.

Neil Evans, general manager of Thermo-Floor, comments, ‘The criteria set out for the project included the use of proven sustainable features that are easy to use and simple to maintain, and our underfloor heating systems are just that.

‘High energy-efficiency standards were specified to reduce the environmental impact, but which will also have a positive effect on the homes and their occupants in the future.

‘As well as being energy efficient, the onward running costs of underfloor heating are much lower in comparison to a standard heating system, as much as 25% in some cases.’

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