TASC Floor Systems
TASC Floor Systems head up our warm water underfloor heating department. With over 50 years combined industry experience, our specialist team of CAD designers, technicians and installers offer an excellent service and will always aim to achieve the best results for your project whether it be a small extension or a full system incorporating UFH & Screed over all floors. We supply full UFH packages across both commercial and domestic markets, and if you also choose our aftercare package, you can be assured of fast and friendly help and support if you ever require it.
Services on offer within this division include design, supply & installation of: acoustic floor systems, underfloor heating, screeding solutions, laitance removal and tile adhesives, all of which are in-house products and services aimed at offering our clients a speedy response and turnaround from concept to completion.
From IsoRubber to Cellecta’s YELOfon HD10+, TASC Floor Systems offer all under screed acoustic detailing to assist buildings reduce the noise transmitted between walls & floors to ensure a project achieves Document E of Building Regulations 2010.
10 Year Insurance Backed Guarantee
Our underfloor heating systems carry a 10 year insurance backed guarantee. Unlike many other pipe guarantees offering 50 years plus, our guarantee covers not only the pipe, but complete repair costs too.
We have researched and sourced the best quality products for our customers in Roth underfloor heating components and Heatmiser heating controls.
Heatmiser is a leading heating control manufacturer based here in the UK with a diverse range of thermostats and control systems available including the market leading Neo range.
How Does Underfloor Heating Work?
Underfloor heating works by flowing hot water around the system to heat the whole floor area. No more cold spots and no more radiators taking up valuable wall space.
Suitable for all floor coverings, your underfloor heating system also runs at lower temperatures, therefore saving you money on running costs compared to a radiator system.
We offer screed services coupled with associated products such as tile adhesives and polishing services. We offer anhydrite and cementitious flowing screeds plus the traditional hand applied screeds such as 4:1 fibre screed and other screeds with different chemicals to assist in drying the floor out ready to accept floor coverings. As licensed and approved contractors for all the major manufacturers including Tarmac, Cemex, Breedon, Aggregate Industries plus Marshalls Cemfloor and Eco Ready Mix and many other independent suppliers of screeds, we have a truly UK wide coverage of our products and services, so no matter where you are in the country, we are confident that we can service your requirements.
Is Underfloor Heating Expensive To Run?
Underfloor heating running costs can vary, depending on a number of factors. Efficiencies depend on many factors, from age of the building, whether it’s new build, fuel type, insulation levels. UFH can be designed according to all these factors.
Can Underfloor Heating Replace Radiators?
Underfloor heating is typically more energy efficient than radiators, and therefore less expensive to run. This is because the heat emitted from an underfloor system is more evenly distributed than a radiator, running at around 40% less input temperatures from your boiler. Along with this, it offers the benefits of space saving and being ergonomically pleasing, leaving behind the need for chunky radiators and heaters.
What Type Of Flooring Is Best For Underfloor Heating?
Tile and stone are the best conductors of heat, however all floor types can be used including carpets, timber and Karndean products. The essential part is in the design and balancing of your UFH system to the correct flooring types.
What Is The Ideal Temperature For Underfloor Heating?
The average home needs approximately 1 hour to warm up from 18°C to 21°C with a fully operational system. Ideally, thermostats should be set around 21°C to create a pleasant temperature for the room at peak times, with a set back for off-peak of 18°C.