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Discuss Electra U/F heating warranty in the Underfloor Heating Forum area at ElectriciansForums.net

Pretty Mouth

Regular EF Member
Whilst I don't like it, I can sort of see why the must-be-on-a-part-p-scheme policy is in place in this instance. The schemes only prove minimum competence, but that's better than zero competence. Without the policy they'll have to send someone out to check every DIY installation gone wrong, which costs money whether the vendor/manufacturer ends up repairing under warranty or not.

There are many other qualifications that prove competence however, and I think they should be taken into account - it's lazy just to say you've got to be on a part p scheme.
 
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ferg

Electrician's Arms
TBH I would have thought most underfloor heating faults would be caused by the flooring installer and have absolutely nothing to do with the electrical side of it.

I have never and can't see why I would install the UFH. I just connect it up.
 

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