Sustainable heating methods such as Biomass boiler, Ground / Air Source heat pumps significantly reduce a dwellings energy consumption helping you safe guard for the future.
JCH London can assess your property’s energy requirements and advise you on the most suitable methods of producing your own heat and power.
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By recovering and using heat that would otherwise be lost, high-efficiency or condensing boilers use less gas to produce the same amount of heat as standard boilers. JC Heating offers a full range of state-of-the-art high-efficiency boilers from Viessmann our preferred trade partner. All new boiler installations come with a 5 year guarantee as standard.
To be used in conjunction with solar thermal collectors or heat pumps. JC Heating uses only the highest grade un-vented Solar Cylinders / Heat Store’s ensuring unrivaled efficiency throughout the range.
Heat your home with energy absorbed from the air / ground around you. Air source heat pumps absorb heat from the outside air This is usually used to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems, or warm air convectors and hot water in your home. Ground source heat pumps use pipes buried in the garden to extract heat from the ground. This is usually used to heat radiators or underfloor heating systems and hot water.
Biomass boilers burn a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels called biomass (wood chip, wood pellet or cereals). The wood burnt is effectively Carbon Neutral, helping to counter the impact of climate change. They are a great alternative to oil or LPG where natural gas may not be available.
Heat recovery ventilation systems work by both supplying and extracting air throughout your home, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to give continuously good air quality. Air is extracted continuously from the wet rooms in the house (I.e. the kitchen and bathrooms). This air passes into the ventilation device and over the heat exchanger unit, which can recover up to 93% of the heat in the air that would otherwise be lost. At the same time, air is continuously drawn in from the atmosphere and ducted to habitable rooms (living rooms and bedrooms) to provide a balanced ventilation system.