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Fully Installed Bathroom, Leeds
We transformed an old fashioned bathroom into a fresh, clean and modern looking one.

Fully Tiled Wet Room, Wetherby
Fully renovated Steam rooms, Shower rooms and Leisure areas of a private health club.


Underfloor Heating System. Calverley
Full fitted water under floor heating system, fitted to an existing Combination Boiler.


Heat Pumps

Air source heat pumps

The outside air contains energy, even at low temperatures, which is free and sustainable. A heat pump takes that energy and
processes it to deliver 100% of heating and domestic hot water all year round, offering wide ranging benefits.

Designed specifically to operate in the UK climate, Airtherm heat pumps will operate efficiently with either a traditional radiator system or underfloor heating system and within a wide variety of house sizes and styles.

The benefits of air source heat pumps:
• Reduce your fuel bills: air source heat pumps run on electricity, so there's no need to pay for gas, oil or solid fuels to heat your home.
• Cut down on wasted electricity: heating your home with an air source heat pump is much more efficient than using electric radiators.
• Save space: an air source heat pump system is compact, and requires no storage space for fuel.

Ground source heat pumps

The earth’s natural ability to absorb and store free energy is just waiting to be utilized.

A Groundtherm heat pump installed in the home as the sole source of heating and hot water, can reduce CO2 emissions to zero, whilst offering a rated efficiency of 400%! With an appropriately designed system, a Groundtherm heat pump will provide an efficient lifetime of around 25 years, with the ground loop collector having an expected life of around 100 years!

Ground source heat pumps use pipes buried in the garden to extract heat from the ground. This is usually used to warm water for radiators or underfloor heating systems. It can also be used to pre-heat water before it goes into a more conventional boiler.

Beneath the surface, the ground stays at a constant temperature, so a ground source heat pump can be used throughout the year - even in the middle of winter.

A ground source heat pump circulates a mixture of water and antifreeze around a loop of pipe - called a ground loop - which is buried in the garden. When the liquid travels around the loop it absorbs heat from the ground - used to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems and even hot water.

The length of the ground loop depends on the size of your home and the amount of heat you need - longer loops can draw more heat from the ground.

Normally the loop is laid flat, or coiled in trenches about two metres deep, but if there is not enough space in your garden you can install a vertical loop to a depth of up to 100 metres.

The benefits of ground source heat pumps:
• Reduce your CO2 emissions: a typical ground source heat pump saves around 1.8 tonnes of carbon dioxide every year when replacing oil.
• Eliminate your fuel bills: ground source heat pumps run on electricity, so there's no need to pay for gas, oil or solid fuels to heat your home.
• Cut down on wasted electricity: heating your home with a ground source heat pump is much more efficient than using electric radiators.