Solar Power

Solar Power is available all year round, it even works on hazy and overcast days. The efficiency however is higher and more savings can be made from March until September.


Solar is a versatile, highly-efficient, low-maintenance solution for your hot water needs. When averaged over the year a correctly sized solar water heating system can provide up to 70% of a households hot water needs at negligible cost. During the winter season the system will still be able to provide heat to supplement the primary heat source and thus reduce the running cost of the boiler or heat pump.

Underfloor Heating

Under-floor heating has become a very popular with self builders over the past

few years mostly because it can be very cost effectively install in new builds as

floors and walls don’t have to be uprooted.


It is an efficient home heating system, which can be used as the main source of

heat or combined with another heating system. It is most commonly installed in

kitchens and bathrooms where tiled floors are common, but can be used to heat

the whole house. It can operate with heat pumps, a condensing boiler or from an

electrical source.

Solid Fuel Stoves


In choosing a multi-fuel stove many factors influence the decision. Some people

buy to reduce their heating bill.


Some for the comforting warmth that a stove brings to a home. Others seek

elegance, or performance. Increasingly, many buy for environmental reasons,

to reduce emissions or because cast iron is a recycled material. Whatever the

primary reason, everyone seeks quality and value, and the deserved feeling of

having made a wise purchase decision that is going to provide satisfaction over a

lifetime of warmth



The warmth and comfort we feel from the sun on a cool spring day or in front of a crackling fire on a cold winter’s night is radiant heat.


Radiant floor heating uses a very subtle form of this same radiant energy. Radiant heat gently and evenly warms the surfaces of objects in the room. The air in the room is warmed when it comes into contact with the warmed objects, the largest of which is the floor. Heat loss is reduced and the radiant heat remains in the lower part of the room warmer near feet level and slightly less so at head level

Gas &  Oil Burners


A boiler is the heart of any home – providing heating and hot water for you

and your family.


Choosing the right boiler and energy supplier can have a significant impact on

your home life and the environment, as well as your pocket. And keeping your

home central heating system running smoothly and efficiently demands a regular

maintenance programme from expert engineers you can trust. It becomes a

personal choice as to whether you use Oil or Gas Boilers and we are happy to go

through the pro’s of each system with you so you can make an informed choice.

Solo Radiators


Heating with fan coils is one of the most comfortable now available and certainly the one which best responds to modern lifestyle models. Indeed, it maintains a flow of temperate air in the whole room at a speed and flow which best responds to the requirements as they are manifested.


Fan coil systems produce a forced air flow by means of the fan with which they are equipped, which embraces the whole environment, produces an active air recirculation, prevents the formation of stagnant and stratification zones and maintains a pleasant and uniform air movement.

Gas Boilers


A few hundred years ago, people would have given an arm and a leg to have central heating in their homes. Just imagine the inconvenience of having to light a wood and coal fire in every separate room to keep your house warm.


The basic idea of central heating is really simple: you have an easily controllable furnace, fueled by gas, in a handy place like your kitchen or bathroom and it uses water, moved by an electrically powered pump, to carry heat into radiators in all the other rooms. It's simple, convenient, efficient, and it makes even winter days a pleasure to endure!

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