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Underfloor water heating in a flat
At the moment, there is what looks like a Heatline Vizo boiler (probably 24 but maybe 28)
and we would like to introduce the the underfloor water heating system. The whole flat is small - only 38-39m2 all together.
Would this boiler be able to take the underfloor heating?
1 Answer from a MyBuilder Heating Engineer
Most probably yes.
Depend from the pipes size to be installed.
There could be problems with the pump which could be insufficent to circulate a big ammount of water, but you could install a secondary pump later on.
The best thing to do is contact a professional to advise you on the site.
Answered 7th Apr 2015
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