You name it, this house has it: an air-source heat pump, a rainwater harvester, central-vacuuming system, triple-glazing and motion-sensitive lighting system. It also features underfloor heating and self-closing loos. The five bedrooms are arranged over three storeys.
With the advance in underfloor heating systems, stone flooring in less traditional areas of the home is a very attractive option. We have a wide range of natural stone that is suitable for living spaces.
Electric Underfloor Heating mats provide floors with a warm surface and are more energy efficient than standard water boiler heating systems. A self levelling compound must be added first before tiling over electric underfloor heating mats. http://www.tilesporcelain.co.uk/news/guides-advice/how-to-tile-over-electric-underfloor-heating-mats/
At first glance, this floor looks like it’s made from rustic hardwoods. In reality, it’s concrete that has been refinished and stamped to achieve this texture and finish. Unlike hardwoods, decorative concrete stamped to look like wood doesn’t involve cutting down any trees, and is significantly less expensive.