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When we talk about underfloor heating Scotland, we are not just talking about our 75 year pipe warranty, but also about our design capability, technical expertise and the dedicated installation service that we offer.

At Incognito we are confident that we will have a system that meets your requirements, all sorts of properties from houses to museums enjoy the benefits of Incognito underfloor heating Scotland. We also develop bespoke systems where conventional systems simply don’t cover the requirements. We develop our systems with a number of factors in mind: low running costs, ease of installation, practical control solutions, to name but a few.

screeded floor systems

Screeded Systems are the most popular and effective type of underfloor heating. Pipes are clipped or stapled onto an
insulation layer, then the screed is laid on top. The warm pipes effectively heat up the whole screed slab, giving even and consistent heat output.


  • Low cost installation
  • Maximum output (typical heat output: 100 watts/m²)
  • Quick installation
  • Suit irregularly shaped rooms
  • Versatile pipe layout plan


Edge and floor insulation is installed over
the subfloor on to which cliprails are then
fixed to by both the adhesive backing strip and barbed staples.  Once the cliprails are secured in position, the underfloor heating pipework is laid in continuous loops and clipped down in accordance with the underfloor heating Scotland design drawings.


Primarily this system is used in conjunction with the laminated and gridded EPS insulation board. This provides a strong base to fix to and the grid lines act as a guide to help install the pipework at the correct spacings. Edge and floor insulation is installed over the subfloor on to which the underfloor heating pipe is laid and fixed using barbed tacker staples. 


The AmbiStructural system is designed
for use with reinforced concrete floors
in industrial environments such as
warehouses and manufacturing plants. The UFH pipes are attached to the reinforcing mesh prior to being embedded into reinforced screed layer. Insulation is also be laid between the sub floor and the screed. This system provides a robust and largely maintenance free alternative to conventional heating systems, it requires no wall or ceiling space, it is silent in operation and requires virtually no maintenance for the commercial life of the building.