Continal Underfloor Heating

Next-working-day spares from Continal’s new online shop

Installers can now get underfloor heating (UFH) spares delivered the next working day thanks to a new online shop from Continal Underfloor Heating. The new spares shop is online at www.continal.co.uk/shop, where installers can order a wide range of spare components, tools, smart home accessories and Quantum thermostats directly from Continal. These products include all […]

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Continal Underfloor Heating launches small area solutions service

Installers looking for a simple way to install underfloor heating (UFH) in small areas can use Continal Underfloor Heating’s small area solutions service. Suitable for floor areas up to 30m2, Continal’s Small Area Solutions allow tradespeople to source a complete UFH system designed to suit the exact space required, with no need to waste pipes […]

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Continal launches OneBoard UFH to suit all properties

Installers looking for a highly efficient, low-profile structural underfloor heating (UFH) system can use Continal Underfloor Heating’s OneBoard® system, which is designed to save installers time, money and hassle on site. OneBoard® is an in-deck, suspended floor solution that consists of a structural composite chipboard panel. The panel can be laid directly onto existing floor […]

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Continal launches new Live Chat service for UFH support

Installers who need to seek underfloor heating (UFH) advice in a hurry now have a new way to get help, thanks to Continal’s new Live Chat service. Continal Underfloor Heating is well-known in the industry for its customer service and in-depth technical support. Installers can already call and email the company’s UFH experts when they’re […]

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What do Part L changes mean for Underfloor Heating?

Chris Ingram, Chairman at Continal Group, looks at what the changes to Part L mean for underfloor heating installations: The UK government has announced that fossil fuel-burning boilers will be banned in newbuild properties in England from 2025 as part of the Future Homes Standard. While we may not know exactly what fuel sources will […]

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