Renewable Force Ltd

Energy that doesn't cost the Earth

  • Underfloor Heating
    radiates heat evenly and efficiently

Underfloor heating is the most effective and efficient way to heat your home.
It not only reduces your fuel bills; it also gives you complete design freedom.

Underfloor Heating Radiates Heat Evenly and Efficiently

Underfloor Heating
Underfloor heating is the closest to an ideal temperature.

Conventional Radiators
Radiators heat a room inefficiently circulating heat
in a spiral effect that creates cold spots.

Underfloor Heating with Heat Pumps

Underfloor heating compliments Heat Pumps because they both work most efficiently at low steady temperatures.
This makes it more efficient and cheaper to run. The heat pump heating system can work with underfloor heating downstairs and radiators upstairs.

Underfloor Benefits

Comfortable consistent room temperature

Conventional heat sources generate a heat cycle of hot and cold convection currents, but with underfloor heating the whole floor area in your home is heated and this results in more radiant heat and consistent room temperatures.

Low cost efficient heating

Due to its large surface area, it requires much lower water temperatures to heat a room, compared to radiators. The underfloor heating can be divided into areas or zones so that different rooms can be kept at different temperatures, each of which can be switched on or off independently. Greater control means greater comfort and greater economy.

Freedom of room design

Underfloor heating gives you complete freedom to design or change your room layout without compromise and the flexibility to locate your furniture where you want, as no space is lost to radiators.


New ground floor - liquid screed is cast over pipework clipped to insulation over the floor slab.
Upper floor - pipes in structural grooved chipboard can replace existing floorboards or create new upper floor.
Retrofit existing floor - Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) Overboarding UFH systems are laid over existing floors
Retrofit existing screed floor - ‘In-floor’ Underfloor Heating systems have pipes pressed into grooves cut into existing screed. Tiles can be laid directly into the pipes which avoids any build up to the existing floor levels and any alteration to doors, skirting and stairs.
Floor coverings - Tile and stone floor coverings are the best conductors of heat, however you can have almost any type of floor covering including Amtico, Marmoleum, laminate, engineered wood, or carpet.

Pipes covered with liquid screed

Grooved chipboard flooring

EPS Overboard System

Tiles laid directly over ‘in-floor’ pipes