Varme Underfloor Heating
Varme Under Floor Heating Cable Mat Varme Cable Mat

The Varme Mat electric underfloor heating system uses the same high quality cable supplied in the kits, but comes pre-attached to a mesh so it can be simply 'rolled out' for speed of installation in large areas.


Varme Under Floor Heating Loose Cable Varme Loose Cable

The Varme cable kit is by far the most popular electric underfloor heating system in small confined areas such as bathrooms, whilst the larger kits offer cost savings against mats of the same size.


Varme Under Floor Heating Carbon Heating Film Varme Carbon Film

Our Carbon Heating Film is ideally suited for installation beneath wood or laminate floors. At less than half a millimeter thick, it has a negligible effect on floor height. The film is laid over our exceptional 6mm Depron Foam insulation (which replaces the standard flooring underlay) to give a minimal effect on your floor height - less than 7mm!


Other Products

Mirror Demisters

Various Sizes

For permanent mist free mirrors, simply stick one of our self adhesive demister pads to the back of any bathroom mirror & connect it to the lighting circuit.

Technical Specifications


 

Frost Protection Cables

Frost Protection

Varme's range of self-regulating frost protection cables are designed to keep water and drainage pipes working and free from ice whatever the weather.

The cables come complete ready to work, fitted with a Moulded Plug that plugs straight into any standard house plug socket.

The cable is also fitted with a temperature sensor, so as soon as the temperature drops below 5C the cable is activated and because the cable is self-regulated, it uses the minimum amount of power to maintain the temperature to prevent freezing.

Simple DIY installation

Wrap the cable round the pipe, "under any insulation" the cable can be held in place with cable ties or tape. Plug into the mains and it's protecting your pipe already.

Guaranteed Frost Protection.

Just one burst pipe could cost hundreds of pounds to fix and thousands in damage. Is it worth the risk?

Many uses including, Lofts, Garages, sheds/summer house, outside taps, Farm buildings, in fact anywhere where frozen pipes are at risk.