Heating & Plumbing:
We provide full central heating design and installation and offer on-site quotations.
We install and work with all domestic systems, including:
- Heat pumps
- Solid fuel
- Solar thermal
- Hybrid systems
We also service and maintain:
- Fires and stoves
- Heat pumps
- Solar systems
Our work is also OFTEC and Gas Safe accredited. With more than 15 years’ experience in heating and associated trades, we have the expertise to ensure a quality and competent service.
Power pump flush-outs are available too. These flush-outs remove the build-up of sludge and magnetite in the system and increase its efficiency. A pump station is connected to the central heating system and flushes chemicals around to break down the magnetite – usually dirt and rust – and remove it from the radiators and pipework. Find out more here.
On-site quotations for larger works are also available; we work on complete refurbishments and property conversions.
Whether it’s finding the right system for your property, or sorting out a boiler breakdown, we’ve got it covered.
Stoves and solid fuel:
We install solid fuel stoves, flues and hearths. We also service stoves and boiler stoves and are registered with regulators OFTEC and Gas Safe. We also keep posting our latest installations on our Facebook page.
We install solid fuel stoves, flues and hearths. We also service stoves and boiler stoves and are registered with regulators OFTEC and Gas Safe. To see the quality of our installations, visit our stove gallery. We also keep post our latest installations on Facebook
The Government has stipulated that all new stoves produced after 2020 needed to be SIA Ecoready Design approved. Stoves which meet these criteria are highly efficient and environmentally friendly. Many manufacturers such as Stovax and Purevision already offer SIA-approved models. It is not illegal to have a previously fitted non-SIA stove after 2020, but now you need to ensure you buy one with the SIA stamp of approval.
We always recommend using the best quality dried hardwood you can afford, with beech, birch and ash as the top log picks.
Confused about what or how much to burn? Read our guide to wood burning on our resources page here