ground source heat pump and upstairs underfloor heating

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by geefunk1976, 17 Aug 2014.

  1. geefunk1976

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    Hello, I am a newbie so I apologise in advice if I get anything wrong.
    I am building a new house and have been for 18 months.We have chosen a ground source heat pump but are now struggling with UFH upstairs no one seems to be able to tell us how thick our floor can be on top of the spreader plates, we think the thinner the better but do not want to have bounce and have chosen wooden engineered flooring that is 18mm and slate tiles in the bathroom we are just worried we will be cold upstairs.We have been working with Ice energy and in honesty they have been dreadful.Any help would be great fully received.
     
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    Welcome but suggest you re-post this in the PLUMBING and HEATING section for the best responses.

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