At Betta Heating we aim to provide the best possible service to our customers, with unbeatable prices and satisfaction throughout. Covering all aspects of the installation process we'll be side by side with you from start to finish, making sure you never get cold feet whilst installing this wonderful new heating system into your home. Not only does underfloor heating keep your toes warm, it actually saves you money on your energy bills whilst also being environmentally friendlier than a standard radiator system. So if your getting tired of those hideous chunks of metal on your lovely white walls, it's time you consider getting a quote and step onto the warm world of underfloor heating!
WHY CHOOSE US?
We have a very dedicated team of installers, who take pride and joy in the job they're doing with their main intension to keep you, the customer, as happy as possible throughout the process of our work. Unlike a number of other underfloor heating suppliers we design, supply and install our systems, we feel this helps build a better relationship with our customers and help complete an overall better, smoothly ran job.
WHAT WE DO
We can provide a full set of design drawings from the plans you submit to us. Please provide as much information as possible to accurately produce drawings.
We offer the most competitive prices and all of our underfloor heating systems come with full warranties for complete peace of mind.
We have 12 years of experience of installing Underfloor Heating Systems so you can be sure that your installation will be done to the highest quality.
After the install process has been complete we make sure your new heating system is working correctly, efficiently and under full warranty.
Delivering an even, ambient warmth that is comfortable underfoot and creating room layouts uncluttered by radiators, underfloor heating has become the emitter of choice for many new builds. However, these systems can be suitable for retrofitting into older homes as well.
Electric UFH is relatively easy to install in a renovation project, but has greater running costs than water-based systems. Many manufacturers of water-based UFH have developed lower-profile systems that minimize disruption and height build-up in retrofit situations.
They can usually be used alongside a regular range of products that sit within a deeper level of screed (those that are typically installed in new builds). This is handy if you’re tackling the refurb of an existing house and an extension as part of the same scheme, and want to mix and match.
Based in Cheshire but for the right project would work across the UK.