Advantages of underfloor heating: maximum heating comfort when moving house
If you’re moving house, the heating system in your new home is incredibly important, especially with rising energy bills and new eco-friendly heating initiatives. Underfloor heating is a great choice and modern energy-efficient heating systems can be a smart investment in your next property.
When you are moving house, there are so many things to consider from local schools to parking spaces, but heating systems are often overlooked. If you’re buying a property which needs work, installing a new energy-efficient heating system is an important step. When you’re visiting properties, make sure to check how old the heating system is, whether it is compatible with underfloor heating and how much a new heating system will cost.
The advantages of underfloor heating
More and more homeowners are choosing underfloor heating when they are looking for a new heating system and it’s becoming far more common in homes in the UK. There are a number of benefits to underfloor heating, including:
- Quicker to warm up
- Ease of installation
- Wide choice of floor coverings
- No radiators taking up space
Underfloor heating systems are convenient, low maintenance and can also be a great option if you are looking to make your home more eco-friendly.
Choosing a home for the future
It’s important to take a long-term approach when you are looking for your new home and think about its running costs over time. Installing a new, energy-efficient underfloor heating system could save you thousands over the years and reduce the need for expensive maintenance or boiler repairs. When you’re moving house, it’s also important that you switch to the most affordable supplier and get a number of quotes. When you move into your new property, installing energy-efficient appliances, heating and insulation can all make overall running costs more affordable.
Heating your new home
Installing an underfloor heating system can make your new home feel incredibly comfortable, with cosy floors during the long, cold winter. If you’re moving to a new area, it’s important to consider how you are going to heat your new home, especially if it’s in a rural area or a colder part of the country. You’ll also need to consider where you want underfloor heating to go, either in just the bathroom or throughout the whole house.
The latest underfloor heating systems
There are also a number of new innovative and energy-efficient underfloor heating systems which are easier to install and cost less to run. You can also set up underfloor heating zones to help you run your home more efficiently, turning off areas with aren’t being used to cut down bills. Many new build properties have underfloor heating systems and developers are choosing these modern energy-efficient systems to attract buyers and reduce overall emissions from heating homes across the UK.
Switch your supplier
One of the best ways you can reduce your energy bills when you are moving house is by switching to a more affordable supplier as soon as you are in your new property.