The real green deal from Thermo-Floor
Underfloor heating systems
Thermo-Floor, specialists in the design, supply and installation of underfloor heating can help achieve reduced carbon emissions.
The Government promises to reduce carbon emissions by at least 80% in 2050 as a result, renewable heat will increase seven fold within the next decade.
Therefore it is essential all areas are covered with regards to renewable heat not just the heat source.
This is where companies like Thermo-Floor who are specialists in the design, supply and installation of underfloor heating can really help achieve this target.
Thermo-Floor underfloor heating systems are compatible with all energy efficient heat sources; ground source heat pumps, air source heat pumps, bio mass boilers, wood chip boilers and any other type of boiler or heated water source.
Thermo-Floor underfloor heating systems are low maintenance, cost effective to run and reduce energy consumption.
Neil Evans, General Manager of Thermo-Floor comments, 'Thermo-Floor underfloor heating systems are unique'.
'This is testament to the of research and development carried out by our team in the Netherlands (WTH) to ensure our underfloor heating systems are of the highest standard for longevity, optimal energy efficiency and quality assurance'.
'It is clear the benefit of our products can meet the demanding specifications and green agenda of this industry'.
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