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Heating becomes less insular

The heating and insulation industries must start thinking of themselves as integrated parts of the same whole if they are to help people reduce emissions, writes Mark Group chief executive Lee Cottingham 
 16 Apr 2008

Contractor Profile: Five go on an adventure

The adventure started with four control engineers in a garden shed. Now there are five at ACME Technical Services on a mission to put energy back into building management. HVR tells the tale... 
 1 Apr 2008

Burning Issue: Government exiles manufacturers

The government's inability to think collectively is crippling our industry, according to Gerry Stapley, managing director of Eaton-Williams and president of HEVAC. 
 1 Apr 2008

Company profile: A brief history of heating

Heatrae Sadia has been around since 1920, and it has come a long way in the time. Paul Braithwaite talks to the company's head of marketing, Jon Cockburn, about all things electric 
 1 Apr 2008

Hot water, not handouts

Alistair Darling missed an opportunity to tackle both fuel poverty and energy efficiency in last month's Budget, says Mark Wilkins of Vaillant 
 1 Apr 2008

How software can help your team pull together

Team work in a contracting company can be enhanced by incorporating information systems, writes David Bell of software supplier Estimation. 
 1 Apr 2008

Corporate Manslaughter: wake-up call on health and safety for bosses

David Egan, partner and head of Health and Safety Law at Irwin Mitchell, discusses the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act, looks at the impact it could have on bosses and their businesses - and why they must urgently put their health and safety house in order 
 1 Apr 2008

Buying low-cost unvented systems 'is false economy'

Jon Cockburn, head of marketing at Heatrae Sadia, warns that buying a low-cost unvented hot-water system could see you get your fingers burned once those frequent maintenance bills start rolling in 
 1 Apr 2008

Carbon cutting: Back to basics

With attention focused on cutting carbon emissions with renewable and sustainable technologies, Paul Hardy, managing director of Andrews Water Heaters and Potterton Commercial, gives a reminder that traditional basic system design principles still apply 
 1 Apr 2008

Successful specification: Top ten tips

Heat pumps are proving an increasingly popular renewable-energy heating system. Peter Gammon, technical product manager at MHS Boilers, gives some handy hints to aid smooth specification 
 1 Apr 2008

Conjuring warmth out of the air

Simon Keel of Daikin Airconditioning explains how air source heat pumps can warm your home in a green-friendly manner 
 1 Apr 2008

Hot water, not handouts

Alistair Darling missed an opportunity to tackle both fuel poverty and energy efficiency in last month's Budget, says Mark Wilkins of Vaillant 
 1 Apr 2008

School leads way to future

Phil Moore, managing director of Eco Heat Pumps, says we could learn from a school that is a green star 
 1 Apr 2008

How to cut your energy costs

Heat pumps can offer real value and environmental hope, writes Philip Ord, product marketing manager for Mitsubishi Electric 
 1 Apr 2008

This system is a 'space ace'

Mark Collins, managing director of Collins and Partners, says a flexible space concept, and one underfloor air-conditioning system in particular, can save money and meet new sustainability targets 
 1 Apr 2008

Buderus gives lessons in efficiency

A cascade boiler system has been installed as part of a Manchester school refurbishment. The system is making savings on running costs and has slashed greenhouse gas emissions 
 1 Apr 2008

Simpler and faster boiler installation - and more profitable

There are several ways manufacturers can help make it easier and quicker to install commercial boilers, as Mark Northcott, commercial sales manager of Broag-Remeha, explains 
 1 Apr 2008

Company Profile: Bonny, bouncing Buderus!

Last year, Buderus launched into the UK. One year on and Paul Braithwaite visited the new dedicated training unit in Worcester to see the boilers working and to find out from Richard Evans, director of sales, what the company has been doing in its first year and why this investment will drive it forward for the next. 
 4 Mar 2008

Contractor Profile: For the love of sustainability

Ant Wilson, head of sustainable development at Faber Maunsell, tells HVR editor Paul Braithwaite why he loves his job so much 
 1 Mar 2008

Burning Issue: Pipes of peace of mind

Rex Ingram, chairman of UHMA, the Underfloor Heating Manufacturers Association, says once underfloor heating is in place any mistakes are costly to rectify so it is necessary to have the right pipes for the job. 
 1 Mar 2008
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