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Electric Underfloor Heating
Electric Underfloor Heating is an economical and maintenance-free system that provides heating ideal for floor coverings in bathrooms, kitchens and conservatories.
Wet Underfloor Heating
Water Underfloor Heating, or a 'wet' system, is an economical and energy efficient way to heat your home evenly. A wet system uses ultra flexible pipe and push-fit manifolds to pipe hot water under your floor and heat the room.

Introducing our revolutionary underfloor heating system, designed to work seamlessly with a range of flooring including tiles, laminate, carpet and wooden flooring to provide the ultimate comfort and warmth for your home or office. Our electric underfloor heating guarantees an efficient and cosy environment all year round. Experience the luxury of stepping onto a heated floor, with our innovative technology that ensures an even distribution of heat across the entire surface area. Enjoy the benefits of heated underfloor tiles and create a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere for any room. Transform your space with our underfloor heating system today.


What’s the difference between electric and water underfloor heating?

Electric underfloor heating involves the installation of electric heating cables or mats beneath the floor surface. These cables are powered by electricity and produce heat directly. On the other hand, water underfloor heating, also known as wet underfloor heating, uses hot water pipes connected to a boiler or heat pump system to circulate warm water throughout the floor.

Is underfloor heating expensive to run?

You need to factor in how large the room is that you’re heating. A small bathroom with underfloor heating, especially one designed with good floor levelling, can be cheaper than running a radiator. Whereas a large kitchen with underfloor heating could raise your energy bill.

Can underfloor heating crack tiles?

If installed incorrectly, heat expansion can cause tiles to crack. It’s important to use a reputable installer who knows how to design and fit underfloor heating. For bathroom or kitchen installation, talk to Wickes.