The 2015 Housebuilder Product Awards has commended the popular wet underfloor heating system.
Shortlisted in the category for the Best Services Product, it is in with a chance of winning the prestigious award, which celebrates innovation across the supply side of the UK’s housing industry.
REHAU will find out if it has been successful in June.
Since its launch, which took place in the summer of 2014, the new underfloor heating system has been dubbed as the ‘radiator in the floor’.
It has obtained this title due to the fact it uses the same flow and return pipework as radiator systems.
In addition to this, it does not require a manifold, which differentiates it from other wet underfloor heating systems on the market.
The system can be controlled via room thermostats, which have been designed as user friendly.
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