Traditional central heating systems

Central Heating

  • New Installations. All fuels, Full systems any size up to small commercial.
  • Barn Conversions, Renovations, Places of Worship & Listed buildings. We have a sympathetic approach to old buildings and are accostumed to working with conservation bodies.
  • Extensions. Additional radiators, conservatory heating etc. Pipes moved.
  • Radiator systems. Steel, Aluminium or Cast Iron with period style rad valves.
  • Underfloor Heating Systems. We have been installing underfloor systems since 1984, all types, upstairs and down, wood floors, tiles, carpets all catered for.
  • Power Flushing. Chemical cleansing under high flow to remove sludge and deposits from radiators and pipe work.
  • Condensing boilers. Super efficient (typically 93% seasonal efficiency) Gas, LPG or Oil.

Thermostats & controls

Good controls on your heating system will save you money and reduce carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere.

New Building Regulations require a minimum of a programmer, room thermostat, thermostatic radiator valves, and hot water temperature control on the cylinder. This regulation is now applied to existing properties and controls must be updated to the minimum standard if the central heating boiler or hot water cylinder is replaced.

Your controls can be easily updated to the latest specification and will give greater comfort, save you money and be easier to use

  • Radio Frequency Controls (RF). No wires or cables needed, they communicate with the boiler using wireless technology.
  • Electronic programmers. Give more time settings than mechanical ones, remember their settings during power cuts and have useful override and extra hour boost functions.
  • Programmable room thermostats. Act as room 'stats but also have built in timers and most of the features of electronic programmers.
  • Room thermostats. Shut the heating system down at a set temperature.
  • Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRV's.) Control each radiator individually and so will shut the room's heating off if it is warmed by the sun or any external source.
  • Optimisers. Electronic units which control the heating on the basis of outside temperature. They can hold the heating off during warm mornings and shut down early in warm evenings. Conversely will turn on early and off later if external temperatures are low.
  • Cylinder Thermostat. To control hot water temperature and shut the boiler down when the tank is hot.
  • Motorised Valves. Used for many control functions.

Thank You for your quick attention and extremely efficient workmanship.
D Jones

We appreciate the professional way in which your staff carried out the work and for their politeness and the way they arranged things to suit us. We look forward to using the new system next winter and hope to find a big difference in our comfort!
John R

Thanking you so much for your quick service. The tap is fine now.
Barbara B

Many thanks for your help The two "lads" you sent to do the job were a pleasure to have in the house

Ceredigion, SA43 2LB
Wales, UK
Tel: 01239 613423
Email: [email protected]