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Green Industrial Revolution – Power to the people or blowing hot air?

The UK has set the ambitious target of reaching net-zero emissions by 2050. It’s a huge task that will require reform in a large number of areas. However, with around 15% of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions attributed to residential buildings, it is one that certainly calls for a rethink in how we heat our […]

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Underfloor heating plays important role in low carbon heating and new builds

David Roberts, Managing Director of Nu-Heat, gives his view on the decarbonisation of heat in buildings and how underfloor heating holds the key to future-proofing low carbon heating in new builds. This coming decade is crucial for the decarbonisation of heat in buildings if we are to meet legally binding net zero targets. 2010-19 saw […]

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Outrun the competition with Nu-Heat's FastDeck® racing game

Nu-Heat has set heating and plumbing engineers the perfect tea break challenge – to set the fastest lap time on their retro-style FastDeck® racing game. What is FastDeck®? Nu-Heat’s market-leading, new FastDeck® UFH system is a completely dry, combined UFH and floor deck solution that leaves traditional screed systems for dust, making it game over […]

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4 top tips for getting the most out of retrofit UFH projects

With more homeowners opting to improve rather than move, coupled with the desirability of underfloor heating and the benefits it offers, retrofit UFH holds a lot of potential for installation businesses. Heather Oliver – Development Manager at Nu-Heat – gives some tips for maximising the opportunity. Retrofitting underfloor heating has never been easier. Unlike a […]

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Four key stages to Underfloor Heating design

A comprehensive UFH design makes for an easy installation and can also guarantee system performance, giving both installer and customer complete peace of mind. James Lavers – Nu-Heat’s Designer Manager – explains the key steps when creating a detailed, bespoke UFH design. To begin with, an UFH design should always be bespoke to the project. […]

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