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HEATING & RENEWABLE ENERGY SUPPLEMENT


When specifying heating in domestic properties, underfloor heating (UFH) is increasingly seen as the system that offers the levels of energy efficiency and comfort required.


In design terms, UFH provides the added benefit that, unlike radiators, it does not have an impact on interior aesthetics and layouts.


This leaves just one perplexing issue; whether to opt for a wet (hydronic) system or an electric system. Both offer advantages and disadvantages. Whether wet or electric, UFH systems offer extraordinary levels of comfort to users and perform equally well.


For further information on Gaia Climate Solutions, please call or visit their website.


Clearview Stoves, a leading manufacturer of clean burning wood stoves, has been designing and manufacturing exceptional wood burning stoves since 1987.


The stoves are a joy to use with excellent controllability and a wonderful view of the flames behind large crystal clear glass.


They produce five times more heat from the same fuel as an open fire and burn so efficiently for long periods unattended there is no need for frequent cleaning.


For inspiration and to view the range in person, please visit one of Clearview Stoves’ beautiful showrooms or one of its many stockists throughout the UK.


Heating is so yesterday… the future is HPV Technology.


Shortlisted for a Build It Award, is the HPV Series; a highly efficient system that redefines levels of comfort by giving precise delivery of heating, cooling, hot water and heat recovery ventilation, with unparalleled levels of responsiveness.


Typical energy consumption is under 20kWh/m²/yr in comparison to say gas at 55kWh! If U-values are good enough, there’s no need for any other heating or cooling within the home, saving on build time and hassle.


Contact Total Home for a room-by-room heat loss calculation to see if this system is suitable for your home.


Founded in 1984, H.D. Services Ltd. aim to provide the highest quality percussion drilled bore- holes, sewage treatment system and Open-Loop ground source heat pump installations anywhere in the South East. Feasibility can generally be confirmed upon receipt of a site postcode. The company offers a one stop shop for self-builders, developers, contractors, consultants and architects providing waste and drainage solutions, independent water supplies and renewable heating options – all specifically tailored to individual needs and suited to the geology of the South East. It has achieved regional success winning RHI installer of the Year Award at the Green Deal and ECO Awards, it received a Commitment to Excellence Award in 2017 and were Highly Commended at the Energy Efficiency Awards in 2018.


enquiries@thehdgroup.co.uk | 01494 792000 | www.hdservicesltd.co.uk


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 Reduce heating bills by up to 50%.


An independent water supply can be used as a heat source for an Open-Loop Ground Source Heat Pump.


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Independent sewage treatment systems  needs of individual clients.


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An independent water supply for consumption* or garden irrigation and bespoke drainage solutions.


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40 www.sbhonline.co.uk


november/december 2018


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