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Keep Your House (and Feet) Warm: Benefits of Water Underfloor Heating

Some like it hot. Walking barefoot across a marble floor, safe in the knowledge that it’s warm to the touch is an extravagance many of us can only dream of. This is where underfloor heating comes into its own. Not only does it keep you cozy, but it also makes a statement that says luxury.  If […]

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Comparing Costs: Is Water Underfloor Heating Worth the Investment in Your House?

Poor insulation and a cold home increase the risk of respiratory illness. Are you considering installing underfloor heating but not sure if its worth it? Not to worry! We are going to discuss the ways to heat your floors and some of the benefits. You’ll want this installation in no time. Want to learn more? Keep […]

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10 Reasons to Consider Water Underfloor Heating For Your Home

Do you find that it’s incredibly difficult to heat your home up in the winter? If so, you might want to consider installing water underfloor heating. It’s one of the most effective ways to heat your home evenly. When you have underfloor heating installed, a system of pipes will be placed underneath your flooring and […]

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Water Underfloor Heating in Cranham Gloucestershire

Where the Floor Magic Happens: Contact Gyvtec Ltd on 01452 689449 An energy efficient new build project with water underfloor heating in Cranham Gloucestershire. Gyvtec Ltd will visit the site around 18-24 hours before a Calcium Sulphate Liquid Screed flooring is applied over the water underfloor heating pipework. The task in hand for the project […]

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All About Water Underfloor Heating: Is It a Good Idea for Your Home?

Heating your home costs more money than you’d expect. Cold temperatures bring a chill to every surface in your home. And while electric and forced air heating does help cut through the cold, they’re limited. In fact, while electric heating is the “traditional” heating method across the UK, it’s not the best option. That distinction […]

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