Design, Installation and Maintenance
We service all of our installations yearly, to make sure they continue to work just as well as they did the day we installed them year after year.
Already have a system installed? No problem. We service all makes and models of air and ground source heat pumps, solar thermal systems, and solid fuel heating systems - get in touch to arrange a service.
All of our installations are backed up by a whole home heat loss survey for your peace of mind
We aim to keep all our work within a 1 hour drive of Moreton-in-Marsh, so there is always someone on hand to provide support and aftercare for your system
Air Source Heat Pumps
What is an Air Source Heat Pump?
Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs) are an extremely efficient method of heating your home and providing your hot water.
They work by harnessing energy from the outside air and converting it into useful energy within your home, and can achieve remarkable efficiencies, with 1kW of electrical energy into the unit producing several kW of useful heat energy out.
We design and install complete ASHP systems, start to finish. All of our installations begin with a meticulous survey of your home and a discussion around your personal requirements, followed by an in depth heat loss survey of your whole home. From here, we can design a system that will keep your whole home warm and comfortable year round. Because the ASHP runs at a lower flow temperature than a boiler (to achieve maximum efficiency) your radiators have to be sized appropriately, to ensure they put out enough heat to keep your home warm, so we may have to upgrade them to a larger size.
Solid Fuel Systems
What is a Solid Fuel System?
Solid Fuel systems work by burning organic matter such as logs or wood pellets to produce heat. This could be within a log burner with a back boiler, or a biomass boiler, connected to your heating system and hot water cylinder.
We design and install full solid fuel systems to suit your home and specific requirements. Our solid fuel systems are specifically tailored towards clients with their own source of fuel, such as a woodland.
What is a Solar Thermal System?
Solar Thermal systems function using panels on your roof that harness the Sun's energy to heat water, which is then pumped to your hot water cylinder. This can create plenty of hot water, even on overcast days, reducing your reliance on a boiler or immersion heater.
We design and install full solar thermal systems to meet your requirements. However, our years of experience have taught us that the best solution for the vast majority of our clients is to have solar PV panels fitted, coupled with a solar diverter. The diverter looks for "spare" electrical energy within your home to send to the immersion heater in your hot water tank, providing you with a continuous hot water supply.
We also install photovoltaic thermal collector (PVT) panels. These are a hybrid of photovoltaic and solar thermal panels with, usually, a 70-30 split of electrical and thermal energy generation. This means that the excess heat from the PV cells when working is removed via the thermal liquid and converted into useful heat within your home.
Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery
We can provide Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery (MVHR) to complement your system, in conjunction with our local supplier.
We aim to provide a service in future to upgrade the efficiency of your current heating system, without necessarily needing to make the switch to a renewable heat source.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
We design and install full Ground Source Heat Pump installations, in conjunction with chosen manufacturers and local trades.