Provides even heat distribution for the greatest thermal comfort
Underfloor Heating Specialists
To get the very best for our customers we at Gilroy’s green energy ltd, that’s why we only choose the best under floor system to suite your installation. With over 25 years experience your works will be in safe hands with Gilroy’s.
The Gilroy’s green energy ltd system has been designed to be as quick and easy as possible to install with component parts manufactured under an ISO9001 Quality management system. The system has water pumped from a boiler / stove or other heat source to a pump pack where it is mixed to approximately 50°C then distributed via a manifold to heating circuits made using barrier pipe. The pipe is laid in concrete or suspended floors just below the surface or timber flooring. A wide range of electrical components means the system can have as much or as little control as required.
Underfloor heating benefits:
Solar Heating Systems.
Solar Energy for Commercial Projects.
Solar Energy for Cooling.
Solar Energy working with Underfloor Heating.
Solar Energy working with Heatpumps.
Solar Energy working with Solid Fuel Stoves.
Is underfloor heating the best choice for your home?
It’s mainly effective for large open-plan spaces – particularly those with high ceilings – as the entire floor radiates heat upwards, so you benefit from warm feet and even room temperatures. This radiant heat also means reduced draughts, moisture levels and airborne allergens.
a gilroys.ie typically underfloor heating is more than enough as a stand-alone form of heating. However, its capabilities will often be dictated by other factors, such as floor coverings and a building’s insulation levels (especially walls and windows). This is why gilroys.ie heat-loss calculations are so fundamental, as having looked at a building’s individual thermal performance they will tell you how much heat you need to generate.
For example, a poorly insulated room with lots of glazing may not heat fully when it is cold outside (which means additional insulation or supplementary heating may be necessary). Floor coverings also play an essential role. Typically, stone and tiles are excellent options, as carpet with suitable tog ratings. If you’re keen on timber, however, remember it has a lower temperature tolerance.