BE IN CONTROL OF YOUR BUILDING’S TEMPERATURE
A good central heating system can keep you warm during the cold weather by efficiently heating your home. Eric Collier & Son can provide you with a cost and power effective heating solution for your property. When it comes to choosing the way to heat your home and property, we can supply you with a variety of options to suit your requirements. Our heating engineers are trained to install and repair many types of central heating and boiler systems including Combi Boilers, Conventional Boilers, and System Boilers.
THE EXPERIENCE THAT COUNTS, OVER 4 DECADES OF IT
At Eric Collier & Son we have plenty of experience in installing, maintaining and repairing all types of central heating systems. For more than 40 years we have been working on central heating systems throughout Cardiff, Swansea and the rest of South Wales. Quality and value are our watchwords, something our customers appreciate. We work on commercial properties as well as domestic, so if you’re looking for qualified experts to install central heating in your business, school or hospital we’d love to hear from you.
A VARIETY OF HEATING SOLUTIONS
Whether you’re interested in a combi-boiler or renewable energy like air to air heat pumps and air to water heat pumps to power your central heating that’s great. We’ll take the time to investigate and discuss with you which is best for your property and usage profile.
Some popular systems for commercial heating include:
Water Circulated Systems
With this being a popular choice of heating system for business properties, water circulated systems are reliable and generally cheap to run. They work by using hot water that is generated in your property’s boiler to travel through the building’s network of pipes to heat wall panels that heat the rooms.
Similar to water circulated systems, hot water is created within a boiler and the water or steam is fed through to the radiators around the property. Radiators are often misconceived as being large appliances, however, there are now more modern and suitably sized radiators which still work as effectively to heat your property.
Heat pump heating systems are popular due to the fact that they are able to work in reverse to cool your property. They work by extracting air from outside of the building and feeding it into the property. In colder countries (such as the UK!), it may be necessary to have a heater attached to the extractor units so that the cold, winter air isn’t just fed back into your property!
Forced Air Furnace
Air is pulled from the rooms in your property to then use a furnace to heat and expel back into the rooms of your property. This heating system means that ducts will need to be installed in your property to allow the hot air to travel smoothly through your property. A blower can then be installed to allow you to control the intensity of the air being blown out and to evenly distribute the air throughout the room.