Combi boilers are in high demand as they offer combined facility of both hot water and heating. We work with both private owners as well as landlords with more than one property and are able to offer the same level of services across the board.
Our experienced and helpful staff will always be happy to assist you.
The cost of ‘power flushing’ starts from £350 plus VAT (Please note that power flushes will not remove blockages) depending on the type of system you own.
For a no obligation estimate please contact us or call 07831 107 315 and let us know the type of system you own, the age (estimate) and number of radiators.
Far more cost efficient than conventional radiators, which heat the top of the room first, underfloor heating operates at lower temperatures distributing heat up in a uniform way to create a warm cosy environment that prevents cold spots, creates space and adds immediate significant value to your home.
For every single kilowatt of electricity used to power the ground source heat pumps, this system could generate four kilowatts or more in energy for your home GSHP's use the latent heat absorbed by the ground that is radiated by the sun daily no matter what the weather is doing above ground. Underground temperature remains constant, at around 12 degrees, and provides a reliable continual source of warm water which, harnessed with a glycol based GSHP system, gives a constant feed of hot water and heating into a property. The energy required to increase the water temperature to heat your home is less than conventional heating systems and GSHP's are ideal for underfloor heating as well as the more traditional radiator systems.
GSHP's are very efficient ways of heating your home and are in excess of 300% efficient. There are also more grants, feed-in tariffs and cash backs available for GSHP's from various sources as it is a well-established form of heating your home and a great long term investment. There are limitations where GSHP's can be used, the type of ground on which your house is sited and the space required for the collectors can sometimes be a problem.
An air to air heat pump is an all-in-one heating and cooling system that is designed to provide year-round comfort. The Greensource Air to Air Heat Pump converts the energy from the air outside into heat and then circulates warm air internally to provide a comfortable temperature inside the home.
As an extra benefit, Greensource Air to Air Heat Pumps can also operate as an air cooler and purifier using Plasmacluster Ion-technology
Cost effective, low maintenance and aesthetically pleasing, Air to Air
heat pumps can heat or cool up to 120 square metres allowing for many
applications; open plan areas for business, classrooms, places of worship,
loft and basement conversions or house extensions in fact any open
areas which require heating or cooling. The units also act as air purifiers
and particulate filters using “Cluster Ion Technology”, they don’t dry out
the air as air conditioning units do so are excellent for allergy sufferers and
contact lens wearers alike!
Most installations are completed within a day or so and a 6Kw unit costs around 4 pence per hour to run (on maximum output). They are up to 500% efficient which is why they have become an excellent option for those wanting to reduce the pressure on their existing boiler and household bills.
Features and Benefits
An Air to Water units provides a plentiful supply of hot water thanks to a built-in hot water cylinder which makes it an ideal replacement for an old and inefficient boiler. They use a small amount of electricity and ar e in excess of 300% efficient which means for every kilowatt of electricity that is used the unit will generate at least three units of heating. These units are designed to replace traditional gas and oil boilers based on the principle that electricity will remain more stable and therefore cheaper in the longterm.
Air to Water heat pumps, when combined with PhotoVoltaic electricity, can generate the energy required for operation as well as supplying the base load needs.
Due to air to water units only needing electricity for operation, it makes it an ideal choice when refurbishing an existing property, replacing oil fired boiler replacements, new builds or areas with restricted mains gas. This is the ideal opportunity to upgrade to a proven, dependable and cost effective option.
The first is solar thermal, which uses the sun’s energy to heat water which compliments a traditional boiler and helps to reduce fuel bills by as much as 70% as well as helping the environment. Solar thermal hot water heating has been used in other European countries for many years but is still seen as being new in the UK. It has been used to great success all over the UK and is now regularly seen on our roof tops especially as all new-build properties must now have some form of renewable energy thanks to the Gover nments recent “code for sustainable homes”.
Solar thermal energy is the best known and most popular form of domestic renewable energy. The sun’s energy is collected by flat plate collectors or evacuated tubes (usually on the roof) which are orientated towards the sun in order to warm the property’s water. Inside the panels is a glycol mix which acts as anti-freeze in order to prevent freezing in cold periods whilst preventing it from boiling in especially hot spells. This hot fluid is then passed through a twin-coil cylinder (which looks very similar to traditional hot water cylinders, except for an additional flow and return that passes through the cylinder which helps to transfer the free heat from the sun into the cylinder which would otherwise just be heated by the boiler .
Manufacturers state that an average property should receive around 60-70% of the properties total hot water demands from solar thermal systems. Contrary to common belief, a lot of solar energy can still be gained from solar collectors even on cloudy days.
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