When installing an underfloor heating (UFH) system, it is essential to have the right tools for the job. With the correct equipment, your project will stay on track and your new system will work effectively and be built to last.
We stock a wide range of underfloor heating tools designed to make the installation of water-based systems quick and easy. Our range includes pipe cutters, calibrators, decoilers and staple guns; everything you need during installation.
Our selection of underfloor heating tools are made to the highest standards for accuracy and reliability. The pipe decoiler ensures the pipe never becomes tangled and is easy to lay, even when installing alone. Use our pipe cutters and pipe calibrator to ensure your pipe is the correct length and shape before laying, and hold in position with our pipe staple gun.
Get the right tool for the job
Our selection of high-quality tools helps to ensure quick and easy installation of your underfloor heating system. So, whether youâ€™re installing UFH in your own home, or as part of your job, having the right tools can guarantee long-lasting, effective results.
High quality underfloor heating tools
We specialise in high quality products specifically designed for underfloor heating installation. Our underfloor heating tools are produced to the highest standards for smooth installation.
With years of experience, our dedicated team of experts are on hand to answer any questions you may have regarding our underfloor heating tools. Contact us on 0330 1003665 and one of our experts will be happy to assist you.
We also stock a range of quality underfloor heating pumps, pipes and thermostats, with trade discount available and free next day delivery on qualifying orders.
Whilst our underfloor heating systems can be installed by those competent in DIY, you will need to ensure you have the proper tools for correct installation. Without these, your system may not work efficiently and could result in issues such as leaks.
Please note that you should not attempt to set up the manifold or run it back to the boiler yourself unless you are a registered plumber.
If you are competent in DIY you may be able to lay the groundwork for electric underfloor heating yourself, providing you have the correct tools. You will however need to enlist the help of a registered electrician to make the final connections. Never attempt this yourself.
The pipework is one of the most common problems with underfloor heating. This can lead to leaks or blockages. Having the correct tools for the job can help to reduce the risk of incorrect installation, ensuring that the pipes are correctly cut and calibrated for maximum efficiency.