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Replacing underfloor heating thermostats

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by anonfool72, 15 Sep 2021.

  1. anonfool72

    anonfool72

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    Hi all,

    we moved to a house that has underfloor heating with a thermostat for each room. This makes programming a nightmare as every thermostat has its own schedule, time settings etc.

    Are there any smart thermostats that can be used to replace all the thermostats (about 15 of them) and provide access via an app so it's easy to control/ change/ monitor?

    The thermostats we have are the ones attached but branded 'WUNDA'

    thank you!
     

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  3. Johnmdc

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    Heatmiser neo-stat V2 but at about £55 each and £150 for the hub it won't be cheap.
     
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    Don’t bother changing. With under floor set the temp and then just leave it. Changing the temp won’t save you much money but will cause wild temp fluctuations. If you are going to turn the temp down only drop the temp for about 6 to 8 hours . Usually 8pm till 4am.
     
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    Looks like there’s a few options, but as John says, it won’t be cheap. 15 thermostats - must be one big house!
     
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    Second vote for Heatmiser Neo
     
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  7. anonfool72

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    Thanks all, it’s good to know there is a solution. I’ll probably try replacing a couple of them and see how well it works :)
     
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