Futureproof Your Property With Underfloor Heating
Underfloor heating can improve your quality of life at home but can also add real value to your home.
Jan. 16, 2012 - PRLog -- There are many ways to add value to your home and some areas of improvement are obvious targets such as Kitchens, Bathrooms and Gardens. The focus of these areas even appear weekly on TV home makeover shows where a specific room is renovated. Other ways of improving your home’s value that are less obvious exist like adding solar panels or creating great curb appeal but a lesser known way of adding value and future proofing your home is installing underfloor heating.
Traditionally it has been seen as a luxury product but firms like DTW in Portsmouth have a range of affordable underfloor heating systems that mean it can now be accessible to all. Their system is for tiled floor areas and if you’ve ever stayed at a luxury hotel you will know that it really makes a difference to the warmth of the room and reduces draughts that tiled floors can sometimes have.
DTW Director Andy Rutter stated:
“We feel underfloor heating can really add that wow factor to a home and as it has been seen as a luxury expense in the past it can make the difference to the quality of your life and to the offers you get when you come to sell. Our systems have really come down in price recently as well as us having a big sale on at the moment. Also, our opinion is that underfloor heating will be used more frequently in future developments as it works very well with renewable energy systems like solar heating, which is a very important consideration.”
When you think about the modern interior design style there is an emphasis on a minimalistic look. Traditional radiators are big and bulky and can often spoil the desired design. It also makes a lot of sense to have a steady spread out heat radiating across a wider area than having a few radiators hanging on the wall. This could really enhance the saleability of your home as people are looking for those things that will really make the difference.
Imagine walking into your bathroom on a freezing winters morning and the cold bathroom tiles are now nice and warm. Need we say anymore!
For more information, please visit the DTW website http://www.tiles-
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