|Underfloor Heating Maintenance Contract
Underfloor Heating Maintenance Contract 2016-10-28T06:56:08+00:00

Underfloor Heating provides warmth and comfort to you and your family. It is often something that is take for granted. However, warmth is an extremely important part of any home, ensuring your comfort and the security of the building.

Sometimes the inevitable does happen, and your underfloor heating system will break down, potentially leaving you with a hefty repair bill; this is where an “underfloor heating maintenance contracts” comes into play.

Who needs an Underfloor Heating Maintenance Contract?

If you own your own property, you should have some sort of cover for your underfloor heating system. Although you should first check that your heating system is not included in your home insurance. Often your insurance company will only cover your boiler so make sure you speak to them about coverage of your underfloor heating components.

At EcoHeatCool we want to make sure you always have the peace of mind you deserve. We have therefore created 3 levels of maintenance contracts fit your budget and requirements and provide you with the extra service you deserve.

What should I look out for when buying Underfloor Heating breakdown cover?

The most important thing to do is make sure your cover is adequate for your needs. Some maintenance contracts will only cover costs up to a certain amount per year or per claim, and often the policy will limit the number of claims you can make per year.

Underfloor Heating Service Contracts

EcoCare Basic

£19999/ Year
    • Annual Underfloor Heating Service
    • Underfloor Heating and Controls

EcoCare Standard

£22499/ Year
    • Annual Underfloor Heating Service
    • Underfloor Heating and Controls
    • 24 Hour Emergency Response Cover

EcoCare Premium

£24999/ Year
    • Annual Underfloor Heating Service
    • Underfloor Heating and Controls
    • 24 Hour Emergency Response Cover
    • Removal of Sludge and Scale (System Flush )
    • Faults caused by other parties

Why have we created this guide?