Heat design for the home
Need to understand the heat loss and load of a new project? What to ensure your home is compliant with the latest sustainability regulations? Want to know how to budget for a new heating system?
Want a fast answer?
We provide an online calculator which is ideal for single rooms, or if you need an indication for estimation purposes.
Have a more complicated challenge
Dimplex has a dedicated Applications Design team with many years' experience in the electric heating industry. They are available to provide an invaluable support to housebuilders.
Complete this simple form for single properties and we will give you a design within seven working days.
The design takes into account information on room dimensions, glazed area, and the level of heating in adjacent areas. The team carries out heat loss calculations, to work out the property's heat load to ensure your project achieves the required performance levels.
All designs are bespoke to individual buildings and there is a handy summary list at the end to help with budgeting. All designs are supplied on a FREE of charge basis, although we reserve the right to charge for the scheme if Dimplex products are not subsequently installed.
To help you, we have also had permission from the Electricity Association to include their 'Guide to the design of electric space heating systems' which is the authoritative guide to designing an electric heating system (also known as DOM8) and 'Guide to the design of electric water heating system' (also known as DOM9).
With Part L of the Building Regulations driving the reduction of carbon emissions in buildings, the design and specification of the building fabric will have to be improved, whatever the fuel. If you are planning a private new build, it's good to know that compliance with Building Regulations Part L can be straightforward using the latest Dimplex heating systems, and that the standard required for compliance is achievable using electric heating systems.
As more of our electricity is generated using low carbon sources, and with the acknowledgement from DECC that electric heating plays a fundamental part in the objective of creating a low carbon world, gaining compliance with electric heating systems will get easier over time.
Contact us to find out how our Applications Design Team can help you can gain compliance for your scheme.
Building Regulations/Part L Compliance
In addition to designing schemes, the team also provides advice over the phone on complying with relevant building regulations, and over the years has helped many customers find a solution to their regulation nightmares.