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JTPumps Domestic & Commercial


• Sewage pumping stations • Basement pumping stations • Pumps


Whatever your pumping requirements are JTPumps can supply you both domestic and commercial. We hold in stock and supply packaged pumping stations, to suit all applications whether it is sewage pumping stations or basement dewatering products. We also carry a large stock of plastic pipe, fittings, ensuring that we are able to provide you with everything you require.


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Warmup


Warmup Insulation boards have a key role to play in maximising the efficiency of underfloor heating. Insulation is not only needed to comply with Building Regulations, but improves efficiency, increases the responsiveness of your heating system and ensures heat generated within the dwelling is not lost. Warmup offers a wide range of insulation, in a choice of thickness and compressive strengths to suit your project and budget. According to its research, this efficiency usually pays for the cost of the insulation boards in two and a half years. The use of insulation is optimised with Warmup electric and hydronic underfloor heating systems tested in its EN442-2 Research Centre in Germany and various post occupancy monitored houses including BRE (Building Research Establishment) Renewable House. Products are supported with the best warranties and SafetyNetTM


installation guarantee. Warmup also offers


controls including the 3iE Energy-Monitor Thermostat, which can save you at least 10 per cent on your energy bills, altogether creating the perfect heating system. Save energy and money with Warmup.


Tel: 0845 034 8270 www.warmup.co.uk Enq. 191 Enq. 192


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