Nu-Heat were tasked with the design and supply of a bespoke underfloor heating (UFH) system for Coble Quay, an exclusive waterside development in Amble, Northumberland. With stunning views across the marina towards Warkworth Castle, the 25 apartments and retail area make the most of their enviable location at the southern gateway to the Northumberland’s Heritage Coastline.
The UFH had to be low-profile in order to maximise ceiling height, whilst also providing a reduction in airborne and impact noise between floor levels. Fast installation times were also important to meet a tight build schedule.
ADPK14 for the upper floor residential and retail spaces
Nu-Heat specified and supplied ADPK14 for all the upper floor apartments and retail space, 2,785m2 in total. This low-profile, high-performance underfloor heating system uses diffuser panels in an acoustic floating floor that is laid over the existing floor deck. ADPK14 significantly reducing airborne and impact noise between apartments and retail spaces. A flexible, dry solution, ADPK14 was also ideal for Coble Quay’s build schedule as there is no drying time and floor finishes could be fitted immediately after installation.
DPFK14 for the ground floor residential areas
427m2 of Nu-Heat’s DPFK14 diffuser plate underfloor heating was specified and supplied for the ground floor apartments at Coble Quay. This low-profile, diffuser panel system consists of extra high density panels which can be easily cut to size to fit the available space and maximise flexibility when laid over an existing structural floor deck.
SC14 screed UFH for ground floor retail area
161m2 of Nu-Heat’s SC14 screed underfloor heating was specified for the ground floor level retail area of Coble Quay. The system consists of 14mm FastFloTM UFH tube held in place by Cliptrack, topped with a layer of hand-laid sand and cement screed.