Green Deal Installer
There has been a lot of interest around the Green Deal in recent press. If you haven’t heard of it yet it is a governmental initiative by which you can make energy-saving improvements to your home or business without having to pay all the costs up front.
The deal has been designed to open up and transform the energy efficiency market in the UK, making it more readily accessible. Only an authorised Green Deal Installer can install energy efficiency improvements under the deal finance mechanism and installers may specialise in one or multiple measures.
As an approved Green Deal Installer, we are offering the following energy saving solutions to qualifying customers at no upfront cost:
- Condensing boilers: in which fuel efficiency is measured (typically greater than 90 percent) by using the waste heat in the flue gases to preheat the cool return water entering the boiler.
- Heating controls: includes thermostats and timers that keep homes at a comfortable temperature economically without wasting fuel or heat.
- Under floor heating systems: these warm the air just above the floor, which rises through the living space cooling as it rises. This is more efficient than a traditional radiator based heating system.
- Electric storage heaters: these use cheap off-peak electricity at night to heat clay thermal bricks, which store the heat and release it during the day.
Furthermore we also offers a range of renewable energy solutions such as air source heat pumps, which extract heat out of the air.
Troy Belliere, Operations Director at BSW, said: “The Green Deal is a positive scheme that will help people to make their homes energy efficient and reduce running costs. However, it may not be suitable for everyone. The scheme works by homeowners having systems installed free of any capital cost then paying government back through savings made on their energy bills. For those who already use their heating systems efficiently it could take a long time to repay this cost.“
To read more about how the deal works and how you can get your property assessed, go to: https://www.gov.uk/green-deal-energy-saving-measures/how-the-green-deal-works