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Hi guys/gals.. I have been asked to quote for installing an electric underfloor heating system in a bathroom and kitchen (old house the bathroom is next to kitchen) its around 16m square. I happy with the installation but wondering how much to charge as i haven't installed one before? any advice?
 

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don't forget the cost of the insulation panels that go under the heating element. they are quite expensive.
 

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A bit of a rough post you have put, are you doing the whole job?, what is going on top of the heat system?
What heat system are you using, mat or loose cable?
Will the rooms be prepared for you?

I could list another 4 or 5 questions, but I hope you will get the gist of the info normally required that would be helpful to us to help you.
 

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Will the floor be tiled or boarded etc? Will the heating have it's own circuit? What is the current floor, boards, sheets etc? Will the heating be split into 2 zones?
 
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£450-11s-4d old house, old money. It’s your job, you know what’s involved and the value of your time, we don’t.
 
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If you have the skills and knowledge to install safely and correctly charge alot of money
 

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and don't forget to IR and continuity test before and after it's covered over.
 
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