DEVI Underfloor Heating Services
As DEVI underfloor heating specialists - we undertake installations and repairs across the whole of England for domestic, commercial and industrial use. We have a long association with DEVI Underfloor Heating technology and have been a preferred DEVI servicing contractor before it was taken over in 2003.
DEVI servicing issues and repairs we can address for you:
System is overworking - gives off too much heat and using too much electricity.
Not working at all - often the controls fail or 'lose their memory' after a power cut and need to be reset.
Sensors incorrectly positioned - heating is inefficient.
As electricians with specialist DEVI technical knowledge we can resolve issues promptly and efficiently. Likewise when you are looking to install a DEVI underfloor heating system we can install expertly ensuring sensors are installed correctly and potential heat spots are avoided.
Our Accredition and Experience Provides you with Peace of Mind
All of our work complies with the latest electrical safety regulations, BS7671 2008 and with our flexible, expert input we will ensure the job is done properly on budget and on schedule. In addition we use the latest mobile technology to provide a more responsive, flexible service.
We are fully accredited by the NIC and JTL so you can rest assured that all work undertaken is to the required standard. Our continual programme of training and development ensures that our electricians are highly qualified and remain at the forefront of industry developments. We are also approved by the Beds County Council Trading Standards agency.
Find out more...
To find out more about how Woolgar Electrical can help with your DEVI Underfloor Heating issues and installations call us on the number below or use our online contact form and we will be in contact shortly.
DEVI Case Study:
Hassle-Free Underfloor Heating Repair...
In March 2013 Mrs F, contacted Woolgar Electrical, via their website, for a quote to fix her broken under floor heating. It had been temperamental producing too much heat for their home. Then, after a power cut, it stopped working all together. Read more