Solar panels generate electricity all year around. Yes, they’re most effective in the sunshine but they do still produce electricity when the sky is overcast.
Not only do they reduce electricity bills significantly, but they help with your carbon footprint too.
If you’re thinking about solar panels, the best thing to do is to give us a call. We’ll chat to you about the size and strength of your roof as well as the direction it faces and whether it’s sheltered by trees or chimneys.
Once we’ve established this, our installers will be able to advise on what panel type is best suited to your roof and how many you need as well as top tips to make the most of your solar panels.
There’s two types of heat pump systems; air source and ground source.
Air source heat pumps absorbs heat from the outside air, while ground source heat pumps use pipes to extract heat from the ground.
Both are used to heat radiators, air convectors and under floor heating systems etc... The pump circulates the fresh air and the filter cleans and purifies the air, removing dust, smoke and mould particles.
They’re cheaper to run than oil and gas boilers, plus they reduce carbon emissions and have a lifespan of up to 50 years. Get in touch if you’re after an efficient conversion rate of energy to heat.
Having decent ventilation in a home or building is important. Modern homes are built with good levels of ventilation but sometimes a Mechanical Ventilation & Heat Recovery System is needed to help purify the air.
The installed system extracts hot, stale air from bathrooms and kitchens and uses the heat from these rooms to warm fresh air. The fresh air is then recirculated back into the property, reducing the need for heating.
Heat Recovery Ventilation Systems are fantastic at improving energy efficiency. If you want to recover up to 95% of wasted heat energy, speak to our dedicated staff members today.
Under floor heating is one of life’s luxuries that homeowners love. It’s a popular choice in new builds and house renovations.
Under floor heating is often more energy efficient than radiators with many of our installations taking place in the bathroom or lounge.
We can install it via pipes (wet system) or electric coils (dry system). Both are an efficient way of heating a room as the heat rises slowly and spreads evenly.
Whether you want to install under floor heating throughout a property or just in one room, we can help. Just send us your drawings or pick up the phone to discuss your plans.
Talk to us about renewable energy today. Call 023 8064 7506 to discuss what will work best for your project.