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NIBE marketing manager

We are looking for an experienced marketing manager who will be based at our head office in Chesterfield, Derbyshire.... 
 5 May 2021

NIBE service manager

We are looking for a service manager to lead and grow our service department based at our head office in Chesterfield. The role is responsible for our internal customer service team, external service engineers, site support and NIBE Service Partners.... 
 5 May 2021
MVHR systems are growing in popularity according to Barkell

Demand for MVHR grows

Over the last decade, mechanical ventilation and heat recovery units (MVHRU) have become increasingly predominant as the design choice for both small and large-scale HVAC systems in comfort applications for commercial buildings... 
 4 May 2021

How air source water systems are changing the heating market

Maria Bastian, managing director of Fischer Future Heat, a renewable heating solutions provider, explains why she believes we should separate our heating and water systems for an altogether more sustainable means of living.... 
 4 May 2021
One of Heatrae Sadia

Heatrae Sadia celebrates 100 years

Heatrae Sadia is celebrating 100 years of manufacturing in the heating industry, during which the brand has evolved from electric fires and hot plates to hot water cylinders.... 
 26 Apr 2021

Warming up to solar thermal

Griff Thomas, from GTEC, explains the benefits of solar thermal, its future and encourages installers and their customers to re-equate themselves with a renewable option that has been overshadowed by PV... 
 21 Apr 2021

The Great British space invasion

The average size of a new British home has shrunk by 20% since the 1970s. Dubbed ‘shoebox Britain’ by one national newspaper, the ever-increasing squeeze on space has left us with the smallest homes in Europe. Wolseley looks at the ways in which ... 
 21 Apr 2021
Steve Simmonds, special projects engineer for Spirotech

Innovation to beat stagnation

Steve Simmonds, special projects engineer for Spirotech highlights some recent innovations that make maintenance easier in HVAC systems... 
 15 Apr 2021
MVHR units are becoming more and more popular

Why are MVHR products so popular?

Over the last decade, mechanical ventilation and heat recovery units (MVHRU) have become increasingly predominant as the design choice for both small and large-scale HVAC systems in comfort applications for commercial buildings. 
 15 Apr 2021
District heating networks are well suited to large, multi-occupancy buildings

Sustainability in the pipeline

Zisis Nikoloudis, segment manager – commercial, at Uponor, discusses how the industry can build sustainable district heating systems to help the Government meet its net zero targets... 
 8 Apr 2021

Take control of the future

Terry Sharp, president of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA), discusses some lessons learned in the commercial property sector during lockdown and how we can ensure we are better prepared for similar events that might occur in the ... 
 8 Apr 2021
Toshiba’s latest generation VRF, SMMS-u

More efficient and flexible VRF than ever

The latest incarnation of Toshiba’s industry-leading VRF air conditioning, SMMS-u, sets new standards for performance and ease of installation. David McSherry, TCUK’s sales manager for Toshiba and DX explains... 
 30 Mar 2021

Housing developers urged to bring forward end to fossil fuel heating

Keith Bastian, chief executive and founder of Fischer Future Heat, a specialist in dynamic heating, explains why housing developers should be putting an end to using fossil fuel heating systems as soon as possible.... 
 30 Mar 2021
Phil Deverick, commercial manager at Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK

Residential AC market is born

Phil Deverick, commercial manager at Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK explains why the COVID-19 restrictions seem to have given rise to a residential air conditioning market and how it differs from the commercial market... 
 24 Mar 2021
Homeowners need cost-effective heating that also reduces their carbon footprint

Heating up the home office: Electric heating as a solution to remote working

Keith Bastian, chief executive and founder of Fischer Future Heat, explains how homeowners can diversify their homes to meet new remote office needs, while also reducing the carbon footprint of their home and keeping an eye on energy costs.... 
 24 Mar 2021
High ceilings such as in a church or cathedral increase the heat up time dramatically

Control makes heating sense

Maximising the use of control technology has benefits beyond heating costs. Trevor Struck, area sales manager at Hamworthy Heating explains... 
 17 Mar 2021
Darren Baxter Albion Valves sales and marketing director

Press-fit valves: faster, safer, stronger

Valves are an often-overlooked part of a building services system. But in recent years, valve technology has advanced in response to challenges faced by engineers and installers. Darren Baxter explains.... 
 16 Mar 2021
Mark McManus, managing director at Stiebel Eltron UK

Homes fit for the future

Mark McManus, managing director at Stiebel Eltron UK, discusses why ventilation must be a core component of our renewable future as we emerge from the pandemic... 
 14 Jan 2021

Taller rads in demand

Whilst radiators in general remain in huge demand for new build and replacement heating system projects up and down the country, radiator manufacturer Stelrad is seeing changing trends in the orders coming in to them making for subtle changes in the ... 
 14 Jan 2021

Focus falls back on solar PV in efficiency drive

Non-stop innovation has put solar PV at the forefront of energy efficiency and sustainability for home and business. Neal Goddard, UK sales manager at Solarwatt reports... 
 7 Jan 2021
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