Book your free heater survey today

Summer might have only just arrived, but now is the ideal time to think about getting a heater survey for your building, so you’re not caught out when the cold sets in.

Our onsite heater surveys are free of charge for all commercial heating enquiries for powered flue fan-assisted heaters, balanced flue convector heaters and overhead heaters, whether they are fuelled by natural gas or LPG.

We will carry out a full building assessment including a heat loss calculation to measure how much heat is needed to comfortably and efficiently heat your building. We will then provide a no obligation quote, recommending the best heater or combination of heaters to install.

Choosing the right heater can significantly reduce energy bills – a heater that’s too large will increase energy costs unnecessarily, but a heater that’s too small will not heat your building efficiently and will constantly be running at maximum.

We also provide fixed price heater service agreements, which are renewable every two years, across our entire product range, to help building owners budget with confidence. In addition, we can provide heater servicing contracts for other manufacturer’s products

Whether you own or manage a church, town hall, school or another commercial building, you  can book your free heater survey here or by calling us on 01444 415871.

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