|M. R. WICKS PLUMBING & HEATING
Specialist installer of underfloor heating, solar & unvented water heating systems
32 Ravensbury Road, St. Paul's Cray, Kent BR5 2NP
TEL/FAX: 01689 827975 MOBILE: 07971 559175
As a Polyplumb trained installer, we offer specialist installation and commissioning of all Polyplumb under floor central heating systems whether it is purely the pipe laying, commissioning or the entire installation from specification to fitting at the highest quality.
|Polyplumb underfloor central heating is especially designed to Free Your Walls from radiators and is ideal for conservatories, extensions and new buildings as well as bathroom and kitchen projects of all kinds.|
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about having Polyplumb under floor central heating system installed in your property.
|Polyplumb underfloor central heating can be installed in floating floors. Polyplumb pipe is simply pressed in to the preformed heat spreader plate, which sits in grooves within the floating floor insulation panel. The floating floor system is then covered with 18mm chipboard sheeting. Suitable for all floor coverings such as tongue and groove laminate floors.|
|Polyplumb Overlay allows underfloor central heating to be installed onto existing floors quickly and easily. The unique Polyplumb Overlay floor heating system is a patented low profile panel system, which is laid over existing solid or timber floors. Tiles and laminate can be laid directly onto the system. Carpet and Vinyl require a covering layer of 4-6mm plywood.|
|Polyplumb under floor central heating can be permanently built into solid concrete or screeded floors. As required by current Building Regulations, insulation is built into the floor directly beneath the Polyplumb floor panel. The heating pipe is slotted in and then permanently covered by the screed. Suitable for all floor coverings.|
|Polyplumb under floor central heating is suitable for installation in suspended flooring in a number of ways. Polyplumb pipe can be laid along the joists using double heat spreader plates or across joists on battens using single heat spreader plates. Alternatively, 'pipe only' systems can be used where heat outputs are less critical, e.g. bedrooms.|