Central Heating Question

Change radiator pipes before wooden flooring is laid?

Our Radiators pipes are 10mm diameter and all go into the walls. We want to lay wooden floor but do not know if our pipes fall under current regulations, and if the floor will need taking up if we were to replace our old boiler with a Combi one day?

Ideally we would do the combination first, but we really need to replace our carpets! Thanks for any advice

2 Answers

Your pipes are fine.

Answered 14th Oct 2012

Pure Building and Plumbing

Member since 31 May 2010

no you will be ok,all that will happen is they will remove boiler, cylinder, feed tanks and repipe your new boiler in!!the rest does not matter unless you get a leak on your heating system that is.IE somwhere under the floor. tom

Answered 15th Oct 2012

clydebank plumbing and heating

Member since 14 Apr 2011

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