Underfloor Heating and Kitchen Units
At Multipipe, we believe that fitting underfloor heating in kitchen and specifically under kitchen units can massively benefit the homeowner.
It’s a popular misconception that underfloor heating fitted under kitchen units will do damage to the kitchen itself or will even cause overheating of the items in the cupboards.
So, our reason for fitting UFH under kitchen units is that you are futureproofing it against changes. Typically, in the life span of the pipework, you might change your kitchen over five times in its life span!
You might even change the layout, which means you will get cold spots on your floor where existing kitchen units used to be. Also, (especially in older houses) where you have a cool outer wall and no insulation between the floor and the wall you can get cold bridging. This term refers to where the cold air chills the wall to such an extent that it will creep on to the floor itself.