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Central Heating Heating Systems

We are able to supply and install all element of a central heating system, including Radiators, under floor heating, Smart controls, Y Plans and S Plans.

Radiators


Almost all domestic homes currently rely on radiators to provide a source of warmth within the home. We can supply and install a range of radiators from your standard convection radiators to Premium Designer brands combined with a TRV and lock shield valve, This will increase your energy efficiently.

For properties without or extension we can tailor a package along with design a heating system to suit your needs inline with the current building regulations.

Under Floor heating


UFH is an alternative approach to radiators, when designed and installed correctly it can become an very efficient heat source. For more information please see our underfloor heating services

Smart Controls

Smart thermostats are a smart technology that let you remotely control your home's temperature via a tablet, smartphone or desktop for greater control over your central heating. (They should not be confused with smart meters, which digitally send meter readings to your energy supplier.)

So how does a smart thermostat benefit me?


The ability to remotely control a home's temperature appeals to those with hectic schedules; if you have a late-running meeting there's no reason to heat an empty home, right? On holiday and realised you forgot to turn off the heat? Fixing the error is just a few taps away on your smartphone.

Y Plans


Most domestic houses in the UK have one of two heating control systems. The ‘S’ plan and the ‘Y’ plan. Both are designed to closely control your heating system. Here we talk about the ‘Y’ plan.

The reason this system is called a ‘Y’ plan is because of the shape of the 3 port valve. There are many 3 port producers including Honeywell, Horstmann and Danfoss to name but a few.
Heated water from the boiler is diverted to the hot water coil or the radiators depending on which service the programmer is asking for and which thermostat is calling for heat. The 3 port valve also acts as a switch to turn on heating system components. Therefore you need a certain sequence of switches to work in order for the system to operate. For example with radiators:

S plans


Most domestic houses in the UK have one of two heating control systems. The ‘S’ plan and the ‘Y’ plan. Both are designed to closely control your heating system, diverting heated water to where it is needed according to thermostats and controls. Here we talk about the ‘S’ plan.

The reason this system is called a ‘S’ plan heating system is because of the shape of the system when drawn schematically. Heated water from the boiler is diverted to the hot water coil or the radiators depending on which service the programmer is asking for and which thermostat is calling for heat. The 2 port valves serve one service each. For example there is only one 2 port valve for the hot water cylinder and a separate one for the heating system. Therefore you need a certain sequence of switches to work in order for the system to operate. For example with radiators.

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