Choosing the right heating system for a property is a key consideration that will have a major impact on usability, the internal environment, and the cost of running the property. Electric, gas or solar energy sources can be harnessed via underfloor, radiator or warm air systems, depending on the size, location and structure of the building. Over time, it is vitally important to maintain heating systems, to ensure they continue to run efficiently and safely.
We can provide the complete central heating system service, from designing the system through to installation, giving you the peace of mind that your system has been designed specifically for your needs, and will continue to work efficiently for years. A central heating system has many components, and may include a boiler, water tank, pipework, pumps, radiators and thermostatic and other controls. Our Gas Safe registered engineers design and install the system to ensure all these components work together efficiently and reliably.
Our engineers can replace or upgrade an existing central heating system or install a completely new system into new or existing properties. All projects are programmed to minimize disruption, especially when working in a building that is in use.
Underfloor heating is becoming an increasingly popular choice for heating buildings, in particular new homes and bathrooms, where the effect of a warm floor is most appreciated. Both wet systems, based on a water loop, and electrical systems can be installed. Underfloor heating is very efficient, eliminating the need for radiators, but not all structures are suitable. We can advise on situations where underfloor heating is a realistic option.
Over time, radiator heating systems accumulate sediment, sludge and other debris within them, hampering the efficiency of water flow and heating. System power flushing is a maintenance technique that removes these problems, improving water flow to its designed levels and returning the heating system to full efficiency once more. Regular flushing has also been shown to extend the life and reliability of key system components.