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Anderson Floor Warming And Renewables are total system providers, specialising in the design, supply and installation of:
Anderson Floor Warming And Renewables have been at the forefront of the UK underfloor heating and plumbing market developing state of the art systems for over 10 years. Our Glasgow warehouse carry a vast range of Pex pipe and fittings of underfloor heating and plumbing, enabling us to provide systems suitable for heating virtually any type of building:
Using the latest technology, Anderson Floor Warming’s in house technicians and engineers work closely with clients, architects and service engineers to ensure the most appropriate specification and layout for each application. Project engineers manage the highly trained installation teams from site start to completion.
What We Do
From Concept to Creation
|Anderson Floor Warming And Renewables offer a complete underfloor heating and advanced plumbing solution. This originates from our qualified and experienced in-house technical design team and concludes with installation by our qualified engineers, giving our customers a single point of communication and responsibility for all aspects of their project’s heating and plumbing.|
Renewable Energy Solutions
Anderson Floor Warming can design and install a complete package of renewable energy source and heating / plumbing system, ensuring full co-ordination and a single point of responsibility – critical for smooth running of your project and effective long term use. Our BRE Microgeneration Accreditation for heat pump installation gives greater consumer protection and enables us to process grant applications.
Anderson Floor Warming have developed a wealth of experience and are able to advise on design, supply and installation of:
- Ground Source Heat Pumps
- Air Source Heat Pumps
- Solar Energy
Systems using renewable energy, in particular heat pumps, should be designed to give a large volume of water at low temperature, and as such are ideal for use with Anderson Floor Warming’s underfloor heating.
Underfloor Heating Solutions
Anderson Floor Warming And Renewables underfloor heating is a low temperature system using heated water circulating in PE-Xa pipes installed within the floor construction. We evaluate design concepts and provide floor construction details, system specifications and highly detailed CAD-generated layout drawings in accordance with BS EN 1264 and DIN 4725 criterion to match the project’s requirements. Anderson Floor Warming offer a complete package of design, supply and install, of heat source, heating primaries, heat emitter (underfloor heating pipe, radiators where more appropriate, towel rails), hot water storage and controls.
Advanced Plumbing Solutions
Anderson Floor Warming’s advanced primary and secondary plumbing systems use joint free Pex pipe, self ducted in conduit or insulation, supplied from forged brass manifolds, connecting hot and cold primary manifolds to hot and cold secondary manifolds, with built in isolation valves to each appliance.
Automatic Control Solutions
We design customised automatic control systems making use of the latest technology to fulfil each project’s requirements. We provide systems ranging from simple digital programmable thermostat control to fully optimised weather-compensated circuits integrated with commercial Building Management Systems.
In addition to our underfloor heating and plumbing systems, we also provide a complete package from simple advice to full installation of appropriate insulation, screed and underfloor heating compatible timber floor coverings.
Quality & Environmental Solutions
It is our policy, where possible, only to use materials that are suitable for recycling or that do not damage the environment when disposed of.
Health & Safety Solutions
We consider the safety of our staff and site personnel to be of paramount importance. All of our installation engineers receive health & safety training and hold the relevant CSCS Skills cards. All installations are carried out following completion of health & safety inductions, risk assessments and method statements.