When you are ready to go ahead with investing in a Biomass heating system, we will arrange for a survey of your home. One of our team will come and get all the details we need for your install to go smoothly.
We will check you have a suitable location to install the boiler, but we will also check that there is space to install the flue and store the pellets. We rarely find any problems, but in the unlikely event there is an issue we can advise on the best solution. If we feel that an alternative technology would provide better benefits for your home and budget, then we will advise you on potential alternatives. We are accredited for a variety of products, and will always aim to give impartial advice, so that our recommendations are based solely on your needs and requirements.
We’ll take all the measurements we need so that we can design your system, carefully planning how to add it in to any existing heating and pipework. We will also need to measure the rooms and other spaces in your home so that we can carefully calculate your potential heat losses. This is important so that we can make sure the system is sized accurately – this is important for you to get a really efficient system. It is also important if you care claiming the RHI for your system as it has to be carefully matched to your predicted usage. We will carefully explain all the details and talk through any special requirements you might have.
Once we have all the information we need, we can provide you with a quote for your install. This will give you our recommendations and options for the boiler system we think will give you the maximum benefits.
When you are ready to go ahead, we will arrange your install – booking in the scaffolding and finding a date that suits you for the installers to come to your home.
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