Cost of Installing Skirting Board Heating
This guide will cover everything you need to know about installing Thermaskirt Skirting Board Heating.
Cost of Skirting Board Heating
Things to Consider With Skirting Board Heating
Installing Thermaskirt skirting board heating comes with many benefits. Not only is it easy and quick to install, but it takes up less space than radiators. There are a few things to consider when installing skirting board heating. Installing skirting board heating prevents the growth of mildew and damp walls as the heat evenly spreads across the room from the floor.
It’s worth noting that skirting board heating won’t be as effective if you live in an old house as there will be a lot of large rooms with more draught. You should also note that a fully qualified engineer should install your water skirting board heating system whilst an electrician will have to install your electric skirting board heating system. To compare quotes from trusted electricians and engineers, get connected with My Job Quote.
The cost of skirting board heating starts at £40 per linear metre which works out cheaper than pricing it up with the square metre of a room. Skirting board heating is also cheaper than underfloor heating as it’s installed above floorboards, avoiding the cost to fit new flooring. Obviously, the cost of your skirting board heating will depend on the builder’s daily rate. We recommend comparing up to 3 costs from builders to get the best price of skirting board heating.
Doing it Yourself
It would take a lot of time and effort to install Thermaskirt skirting board heating to say the least. You would require the professional and expert knowledge of a qualified electrician or engineer to install your skirting board heating. Not only will they be able to complete the job to a high level of standard, but you’ll save on the cost of skirting board heating by comparing quotes.
The ThermaSkirt is designed to be connected with conventional boilers, heat pumps, solar and direct electric so you will need a professional tradesperson to install your Thermaskirt skirting board heating to minimise any health and safety hazards from attempting it yourself.
The ThermaSkirt skirting board heating system will need to be fitted to the external walls, which also means less heat is lost, which is another benefit of installing skirting board heating.
As the installation of skirting board heating could be complicated for a builder who has never experienced this before, you will want to compare up to 3 quotes from professionals giving them as much detail about the job as you can.
Skirting Board Heating Checklist
- Skirting board heating is the eco-friendliest way to heat your house.
- Skirting board heating will distribute heat evenly around the room.
- Skirting board heating frees up a lot of space that would normally be taken up by radiators.
- Skirting board heating is the cheapest heating to install as it usually is priced by linear metre and not square metre of a room.
- You’ll avoid extra costs by not replacing floor boards like you would with underfloor heating.
- Installing skirting board heating prevents the growth of mildew and damp walls.
Hiring a Tradesman Checklist
- Always get at least 2 quotes before hiring.
- Never pay the full amount upfront.
- Get the quote in writing.
- For any payment you make, always get a receipt.
- On more expensive jobs, ask for references.
- Check if the tradesman is a member of any trades associations.
- Make sure the tradesman has public liability insurance.
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