Gaia underfloor heating for new Cambridge student development

  • 19 Nov 2014

DEVI electric underfloor heating system for The Newton development by Chard Robinson

DEVI electric underfloor heating system installed throughout The Newton development by Chard Robinson for students in Cambridge

The original Victorian building has been completely reconstructed to modern British standards and the facade faithfully re-built, integrating original features such as the sandstone pillars and lintels.

Inside, the building is entirely modern:

  • each apartment isolated from neighbouring properties with double block cavity walls
  • low voltage LED lighting in every apartment
  • Gaia’s DEVI underfloor system throughout

Paul Thompson, contracts manager with installer ABS Electrical: “Gaia was chosen because it is a reputable company with a good track record. We found that the service was excellent and the system very good to work with. Gaia’s technical back-up was superb”.

For further information on Gaia, please call 0845 434 9488 or visit the website via the link below.

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