4 Days Ago
cut a long story short, a builder decided to install underfloor heating himself in a kitchen (suspended flooring) and in the living room (screeded floor)
he paid me just to connect up the manifold. now the heating in the livingroom is fine but the kitchen does not heat up at all really. nothing to do with my install, everything working as it should, i just dont think he has installed in correctly using enough pipe and he never put a thin screed over the entire floor, just over the pipework (pipework only in middle off floor due to kitchen cupboards)
anyway, the customer wants it sorting but he's not paying' she is!!
anyway, ive uploaded a plan of the kitchen as they are now going to install a solid concrete floor, put underfloor heating back in and then screed the whole lot. Im worried there just isnt enough space to fit the amount of pipe needed to heat the kitchen and stair well (customer doesnt want door on kitchen)
can you guys tell me what you think? its a old house with no cavitys so insultions values for the whole house are almost non existent