London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 17, 2012 -- With the current economic climate many people are looking to save money anyway they can. One area where people spend a lot of money is on heating their home. Any product that can save on heating costs will be very popular. One product that achieves this is Warm Up under floor heating.
The Warm up heating products are increasingly finding their way into homes. The Under floor Heating System from Warm Up is an uncomplicated concept specifically designed for the professional user: the electrical heating cable is attached to a tough fibreglass mesh, rolled out before tiling, and connected to a programmable thermostat. Depending on the insulation qualities of the floor, the Warm Up under floor Heating Mat costs as little as 1/2p per square metre per hour to run.
This loose wire system is suitable for Stone or Ceramic Tiles flooring only Ultra-thin dual-core heating element won't raise floor levels. You can also buy an Xstat which keeps track of the temperature.
It is easy and straightforward to install as long as you follow the instructions. It sounds obvious, but you'll be surprised how many people fail to read through the manuals beforehand then find that they are stuck midway through installation. PlumbersDepot.co.uk offers product with proper user guide.
It is imperative you double check that you have the correct heater for your job before fitting. This is because the heating element must never be cut! The heating cable needs to be spaced within a certain range - place them too closely and you risk overheating; spread them too far apart and your floor may not warm up sufficiently.
A great way to make sure installation goes a smoothly as possible is to rehearse. Not only does it help you to become familiar with the procedure, but also gives you the chance to clarify any questions that crop up before you get started on the real thing.
A good installation idea is to regularly test that the heater is working - before, during and after installation. Companies like Warm Up already prompt fitters to do this at various stages in their installation guides, but its well worth bearing in mind in any case. Should the heater not work properly, being able to identify a problem at the point of malfunction or damage makes fixing the issue a far more efficient affair.
Plumbers Depot are currently selling Warm Up products with a 39% discount [http://www.plumbersdepot.co.uk]