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DEALERSHIP Commercial laundry and catering equipment supplier, Millers UK has been awarded a Miele Professional Dealership, making the company an official supplier of Miele products to UK businesses.

Miele is the latest company to be added to Millers UK’s catalogue, alongside manufacturers like Liebherr, IPSO and Whirlpool.

From cooker hoods and fryers, to washing machines and rotary irons, Millers UK has supplied machines to the commercial and domestic catering and laundry industries for 23 years.

Millers UK offers customers one point of contact to manage all aspects of electrical or gas catering, laundry equipment, detergent sales, service


RESIDENTS WARM Residents of a West Cornwall care home are benefiting from improvements to their home, thanks to owners finding a more efficient way to heat the 33-bedroom building. By switching from oil to biomass, Courtlands Care Home is saving money on its heating bills, which means it can invest in new décor and facilities.

The care home, which is between Penzance and Helston, now has two biomass boilers, provided and installed by local firm Wendron Biomass. The management decided to move to a more environmentally sustainable and cost-effective way of heating the home, by installing the pellet boilers, along with solar panels.

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As well as completing full installations, Millers UK offers a design service for all laundry rooms and kitchens. When it comes to re-fits or new builds, the team can provide a ‘start to finish’ service, which covers wall cladding, electrics, stainless steel work and more. Millers UK can even supply a mobile kitchen while work is being done.

The home secured a five-year loan to fund the installation of the new boilers and, through the governments’s Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI), will receive a fixed amount per kilo watt hour of energy produced over the next 20 years.

By avoiding steep and fluctuating oil prices, the management is now able to focus on making the home more attractive, comfortable and more suitable for residents with dementia.

Owner of Courtlands Care Home, Dan Seale, said: “We felt this was the right time to invest in biomass. The technology is now really good – our boilers look very slick and neat – and the government incentives make it very attractive. Since taking over Courtlands Care Home, I have focused on long-term investment in the home and moving to biomass is part of that approach.

“We looked at other providers, but Wendron Biomass stood out for the quality of the installation and their

The company prides itself on being able to repair any make or model of catering, laundry, and kitchen and refrigeration equipment. Assistance is available 365 days a year and engineers carry a vast range of spare parts to deliver a high first fix repair ratio.

Millers UK trades nationwide and is approved by local authorities and housing associations.

ability to understand our needs and provide the right system. While they were installing the boilers, the team was able to find solutions to every challenge and has also given us an excellent after-service.”

Wendron Biomass has experienced a growth in commercial clients following the introduction of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), which offers financial incentives for investing in renewable heat technologies.

Wendron Biomass Sales Director Gary Hawkins said: “Biomass is now a very good option for companies that are reliant on oil to fuel their heating. Many of our clients, like Courtlands, are driven by wanting to be free from fluctuating oil prices, as well as being attracted to the benefits offered through the RHI. We have the passion and expertise to help them find the best system that will deliver long- lasting benefits.”

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