Installation Services

 

We're dedicated to securing & maximising revenue streams through funding initiatives to help drive to a greener, cleaner future.

 

 
 
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The vast array of Government backed carbon reduction/home improvement initiatives and energy efficiency schemes has led to some confusion over the best solutions and the right measures to take regarding energy efficient technology. We provide an installation service for the following technologies and can offer advice on which government incentives/funding is suitable for your organisation.

We ensure systems are designed and installed to suit the building occupiers’ needs as well as the building fabric and environment. Our solutions maintain the ethos of energy reduction but focus on the end user’s running costs and suitability. 

 

 
 
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Solar PV

Solar PV systems work by converting the energy from photons in sunlight into electricity which can then be used in a property. The technology is safe, reliable and easily installed into any existing electricity supply, either in a home or commercial premises.

We work closely with clients to ensure that systems are designed and installed specifically to suit the building and environment, whilst helping to secure and maximise revenue streams, from schemes such as Feed in Tariff (FIT).

FIT is a government operated scheme, paying the owner of the system for the electricity their systems generate (this payment is designed to cover the costs of the installation over the life time of the system).

 

 
 
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Solar Thermal

Solar thermal systems use the suns energy to heat up a transfer fluid which circulates around the system. As the transfer fluid travels through the absorber/collector on the roof it heats up. This hot fluid then passes through a coil in your hot water cylinder and transfer the heat energy to give you a plentiful supply of free hot water.

Modern construction methods have brought about considerable change to the amount of energy used to produce heat and hot water. New build properties now consume more energy to produce hot water than they do to provide room heating. Ever increasing energy costs and a focus on reducing carbon emissions has driven the use of Solar Thermal Systems to a record level.


 
 
 
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Heat Pumps

Heat pumps work by converting large amounts of low grade heat (in the environment or the ground) into small amounts of high grade heat. This high grade heat energy is then transferred into the water for circulation around radiators and can also produce hot water for bathing.

The technology is very clean, (no oil, gas or LPG) very safe, (no combustion) and very reliable. The vast majority of heat pump energy is free, making running costs comparable with gas central heating.

Heat pumps can increase the EPC rating (Energy Performance Certificate) and the SAP rating (Standard Assessment Procedure) of the property increasing revenue funding streams.

 

 
 
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Quantum Heaters

Quantum the world’s most advanced electric space heater uses low-cost, off-peak energy, making it the most economical electric heating system on the market.

It adapts to match lifestyle and climate conditions, delivering heat only when it's needed. Quantum is the perfect upgrade for static storage heaters and suits a wide range of applications.

Quantum heaters are up to 27% cheaper to run than standard storage heater systems and store energy during periods of low demand, turning it into efficient heat only when needed.

Through its use of a sophisticated self-learning algorithm, the IQ controller is able to take just the right amount of heat to match the user’s lifestyle and changing weather, intuitively and precisely.

 

 
 
 
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Heat Recovery & VentilationSystems

Mechanical Ventilation and Heat Recovery Systems (MVHR) are a proven low-energy and highly efficient ventilation method of whole home ventilation for properties. The systems work by combining supply and extract in one central unit. Moisture-laden, stale air is extracted from wet areas, such as kitchens and bathrooms via internal ducting. The heat from this stale air is recovered via a heat exchange, and this tempered air delivered into the living areas of the home.

Single Room Heat Recovery Ventilation (SRHRV) extracts air from wet areas this passes over a tubular heat exchange cell. The cell enables the air to cyclone around the barrel, the heat from the extracted air is retained in the cell allowing fresh air supplied through the tubes to collect up to 75% of the heat from the extracted air.

Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) is the most effective method of curing and preventing condensation dampness. Installed in over 1 million homes, PIV is the UK’s most popular method of low-energy, whole-home ventilation.  The PIV works by gently introducing fresh, filtered air into the dwelling ensuring that old, contaminated moisture laden air is continuously diluted, displaced and replaced with good quality air.

Mechanical Extract Ventilation (MEV) - in addition to the above ventilation solution we also install MEV and continuous extract solutions. The result from having the correct ventilation solution installed  for your property type is improved air quality and a healthy living environment in which condensation (a major contributor to mould) cannot exist.