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Kitchen Underfloor Heating

Installing underfloor heating in your kitchen is one of the most cost economic and effective solutions for any existing or new kitchen.

Whether you decide on carpet, tiles, vinyl or wooden flooring, underfloor heating can be installed easily and at a low cost! 

Without radiators taking up space kitchen will seem much more open and inviting with the luxurious feel of radiant heat rising from your floor, you will want to use your kitchen more than ever!

You can install either Water underfloor heating or Electric underfloor heating - please see below for the pros and cons of both type of heating.


Warm-Water under floor heating systems can be quickly installed to a kitchen that has radiators already present. The pipework needs to be installed a the concrete screed so this may require raising the floor height in existing rooms, or alternativley may be easily fitted during the construction of a new kitchen.

Warm Water systems will require maintenance over its life-time. 

Water underfloor heating can be expensive to install if installation of gas work is required (new boiler) and new pipework needs to be installed to reach the area, then plumbing costs can be costly.

A system can be quickly installed using one of our single room underfloor heating water kits suitable for areas up to 24m2.

For bigger areas "Multi-Room" kits or bespoke systems are aavailable

Water underfloor heating is not as simple to install as electric underfloor heating - basic DIY & home improvement skills may not be enough. and the knowledge of a plumber and electrician will most likely be required.

Water is less expensive than electricity, therefore water systems will be cheaper to run over the lifetime than an electric system - but this needs to be balanced with the likely higher installation costs.



Electric underfloor heating can be installed in any kitchen with an electrical supply.  Although a "Part-P" electrician will be required to make the final connections. The main part of the installation can be carried out with ease by any "DIY'er".


Electric underfloor heating has no moving part at all, making it very unlikey to malfunction during the lifetime of the system

Electric systems can be a little more expensive to run than water systems (depending on insulation of the property)

Electric systems are cheaper to install than warm water underfloor heating.

The system can normally be installed from an existing electrical supply.