Home Heating – the options

Read our short leaflet quickly explaining the current options for home heating.

We know how hard it has become to make choices – balancing environmental and financial considerations, so we have put together a short flyer explaining the options.

heating options advice

Summer – Time to make sure you stay warm and stay safe when it gets cold again

Smashing hot weather …. but the colder evenings will suddenly catch up with us ….. are you ready?

Every year we try and prepare for the sudden rush of requests for heating servicing and repairs as the nights suddenly get that bit colder, but every year we still get plenty of last minute calls.

People often don’t appreciate the safety concerns that faults and overdue servicing bring with them.

Below is a handy list of links for advice on Gas Safety,  Biomass / Solid Fuel and Oil Safety.

We are happy to take bookings for servicing, immediately or for later in the year MORE>>>


gas safety
oil boiler heating
hetas safety


Is it time for a new boiler

Do you currently have one of these? | But would rather have a new one of these?

To make sure your heating system is properly serviced or repaired in time for the Autumn – Contact us now and book an engineer

Or perhaps you would rather find out more about our range of Renewable Heating options

About Renewable Heating  |  Solar Thermal Heating  |  Heat Pumps For Ground and Air Source Heating  |  Biomass Boilers


solar thermal heatingSolar Thermal

Solar thermal heating systems use heat energy from the sun to increase the temperature of the liquid within the solar panel.

This liquid is then pumped through a heat exchanger within a water tank (sometimes called an accumulator), transferring the collected heat to the water in the tank for your hot water needs. 




heat pump heating systemsHeat Pumps

CTC Regulus Heat Pumps are in effect a fridge in reverse. They capture heat from the air (air source pumps) or from the ground (ground source pumps), passing that through heat exchangers into the heating system. To do this they do use electricity, however the cost to gain ratio is very positive.





biomass heating systemsBiomass

Our range of Biomass Boilers fall into three broad types; automatic pellet boilers, log boilers and boiler stoves, together with some further options for heating commercial space



Biomass Boiler Fitted in External Boiler Room

external biomass boilerNearly ready for transport to site, this PONAST Biomass Boiler is fitted into a self contained  steel Boiler Room.

Dropped on site, the boiler room is coupled into the heating system using High Performance Insulated Pipework and is then ready to go with some wood pellets in the hopper.

Of course once this is coupled into the heating system’s buffer tank, other options such as Solar Thermal, a Heat Pump or an ‘on-grid’ options such as gas or electricity can all be added.

self containedbiomass boiler