Many suppliers can seem to offer cheaper solutions that ‘look’ similar.  In most cases this can only be achieved by compromising on either quality or quantity:

  1. Reducing the quantity of pipe:  This means you will need to pump higher temperature water to get the required heat, which pushes up your heating bills.
  2. Using cheaper imported pipe: Many pipes imported from the Far East is of questionable quality and will likely deteriorate quickly.
  3. Using undersized heat pump: It must operate at higher loads to provide the required heat, which will burn it out much sooner than its expected lifespan.
  4. Using less thermostats:  This means you lose control of heating each of your rooms individually, thus compromising your comfort.

Purchasing a ‘cheaper’ option can prove very costly in terms of running costs, maintenance costs and replacement costs.