If you are a qualified heating engineer and are interested in getting involved with the installation of air source heat pumps and associated products, then why not join our installer network. This would enable you to install market leading products from companies such as Mitsubishi and Daikin and also benefit from our long standing experience and involvement with renewable heating systems.
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We can offer a full package of training as well as support for the design, installation, commissioning and registration on the MCS portal, to allow your clients to claim the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive.
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Air Source Heat Pumps use well established technology and are constantly being improved and they represent one of the most important sources of alternative energy for business and households.
Ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) use pipes which are buried in the earth to extract heat from the ground.
Mechanical Ventilation With Heat Recovery
Poor air quality is a growing problem, Nuaire’s unique paper core helps overcome this by efficiently recovering heat from rejected, stale air to heat or cool incoming fresh air.
A positive input ventilation unit is an extremely low cost dampness and mold in your home.
Warm water underfloor heating is a highly effective and efficient method of heating that is suitable for a wide range of projects, whether a new built property, renovation or single area.
Renewable Heat Incentive
The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (Domestic RHI) is a government financial incentive to promote the use of renewable heat.
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Solar PV &
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