Polypipe Underfloor Heating Receives Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended Endorsement

By Administrator

Polypipe Building Products

24th Jun 2015

Polypipe Underfloor Heating has received the ‘Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended’ endorsement, following a survey of Good Housekeeping readers that have Polypipe underfloor heating systems installed in their homes.

The Good Housekeeping Institute requested feedback from readers on a number of criteria, including reliability, ease of control and the simplicity of the installation process.

The Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended logo unites the expertise of the Good Housekeeping Institute with the valuable personal opinions of Good Housekeeping readers.

Testing protocols and feedback questionnaires are developed by the GHI, and the results are based solely on the experience of the Good Housekeeping reader panel to ensure the product meets consumer performance expectations. The GHI testers collated and analysed the results from the survey and Polypipe underfloor heating has received ‘Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended’ status as a result.

Following the announcement, orders of Polypipe Underfloor Heating look set to soar, and Polypipe are calling on installers to join the Registered Installer Network to make sure they can take advantage of the opportunity.

“We have hardly had to have the heating on this winter as the house retains its heat; the running costs are noticeably lower than having radiators!” Source: Good Housekeeping Reader, Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended survey 2015.

Rachel Smith, Marketing Communications Manager at Polypipe, said: “We are delighted to receive this endorsement from Good Housekeeping readers. This demonstrates the ease of installation, design freedom and efficiency that Polypipe Underfloor Heating can bring to the home.

“Coupled with Kelly Hoppen’s continuing endorsement of Polypipe Underfloor Heating, this announcement represents the latest in Polypipe’s ongoing campaign to raise consumer awareness of underfloor heating systems and the benefits they can provide for a range of property types.

“As demand continues to increase, we expect our merchants and installers to reap the benefits brought by an expanding customer base.”

For more information on Polypipe’s underfloor heating range please visit

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