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Hot Water & Heating Systems

Solar Thermal

Solar Hot water Systems use both direct and indirect sunlight and can work even when there isn’t a bright sunlight. The systems use the energy from the sun to heat your hot water and can provide up to 70% of your annual energy requirement for domestic hot water.

For most home owners Solar Hot Water Heating Systems offer the best return in terms of energy production and Co2 reduction for minimum costs.

There are two main types of Solar Hot Water Systems; flat plate and evacuated tube collectors.


Thermodynamics is the flow of heat. As a renewable technology, Thermodynamic Panels are a revolutionary system, which uses the earth’s atmosphere to generate energy. This energy is then passed through a heat exchanger and primarily will provide 100% of a household’s hot water requirement. The systems can also heat the home, or heat a swimming pool. The beauty of a thermodynamic energy system is that it truly works 24/7, 365 days a year and even works in snow, sleet and rain.

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Air Source Heat Pumps

Air source Heat pump systems utilize stored solar energy (in the air) to provide all central heating or domestic hot water needs, day or night, whatever the weather.

Heat Pump technology is ideally suited to new build or major renovation projects and is most efficient when operating at lower temperatures so it works well with under floor heating.


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