Skip to content

Dry Systems

From its founding, JUPITER defined its target market—dedicated to providing cutting-edge underfloor heating systems that eliminate the need for conventional wet trades. Our unique proposition involves steering clear of traditional materials such as concrete and screed in favour of an innovative dry panel-based alternative.

This distinctive approach yields numerous advantages, especially in ecclesiastical settings. By avoiding wet trades, our systems not only enhance efficiency but also offer a range of benefits, with a particular focus on churches. JUPITER’s commitment to this alternative heating solution underscores our dedication to delivering modern, efficient, and tailored solutions that align seamlessly with the diverse needs of our discerning clientele.

The Benefits

Firstly, the dry nature of our system ensures that we avoid the introduction of large quantities of water into historic buildings, mitigating the risk of potential damage. Preserving the integrity of these cherished structures is paramount to us.

Secondly, unlike cement or lime-based systems, our approach eliminates the need for drying time. This becomes particularly advantageous when working with churches that often seek to minimize downtime, especially in preparation for significant events like weddings or the festive season.

System Profile

Thirdly, the ultra-thin profile of our screed alternative significantly enhances the responsiveness of our underfloor heating system. Recognising the common perception of underfloor heating systems as inherently slow to respond, this characteristic allows our solution to be switched on or off shortly before it is needed, providing a level of flexibility and control that aligns seamlessly with the dynamic schedules of churches and their events.

The Screed Replacement Tile

JUPITER stands out with a superior alternative to traditional screed—the innovative Screed Replacement Tile (SRT). This natural 18 mm tongue-and-groove interlocking ceramic tile system not only establishes a robust and durable foundation for various floor finishes such as stone or tile but also boasts immediate response times due to its slim profile.

Benefits of SRT

At just 18 mm, the Screed Replacement Tile ensures a rapid heating system response, addressing a common concern with traditional underfloor heating systems. What’s more, for areas spanning up to 400 m2, this remarkable solution eliminates the need for movement joints in the final floor finish. JUPITER’s Screed Replacement Tile not only redefines efficiency but also enhances the aesthetic and structural aspects of your flooring, making it an unrivalled choice in the world of underfloor heating solutions.

Dry Levelling

Yet another distinctive facet of our technology lies in dry levelling, a specialised domain where we proudly hold the exclusive position as the sole company in the UK dedicated to this expertise. Our process stands out as we employ laser-guided robotic equipment, ensuring an unparalleled precision in levelling floors using a natural slate granulate.

Technology

This unique approach not only sets us apart but also underscores our commitment to innovation and excellence. The utilisation of cutting-edge technology reflects our dedication to delivering superior results, making us the premier choice for levelling solutions in the United Kingdom. At the heart of this innovation is a meticulous process that guarantees flawlessly levelled floors, showcasing our unwavering commitment to quality and precision.

Glass Aggregate

In addressing the challenge of filling deep voids post-excavation of historic floors, we utilise foam-glass aggregate—a proven alternative to hardcore and concrete. This innovative approach not only effectively fills voids but also ensures crucial breathability within the new floor construction.

Benefits

Our choice of foam-glass aggregate represents a commitment to preserving the integrity of historic structures. Unlike traditional concrete, this solution allows for optimal airflow, preventing issues related to moisture buildup and ensuring a more sustainable and breathable foundation for the new floor. By integrating this proven alternative, we not only enhance structural integrity but also contribute to the long-term health and preservation of historic floors.