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Heat & Hot Water 

Renewable Energy

Bruler are able to offer several types of renewable heating sources to our customers. If renewable heating is something that you may be interested in, we can offer a free visit to discuss your needs and come up with the best solution for both you and your property.

We have listed below several types of renewable energy that we are able to offer.

Air Source Heat Pumps

Air source heat pumps works by absorbing outside air into a fluid, this fluid is then passed through a compressor which raises the fluids temperature. This now warmer fluid is then able to be used in you central heating system indoors. Air source heat pumps can work in temperatures as low as -15° which means that they are usually suitable to use all year round.

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Ground Source Heat Pumps

Ground source heat pumps use buried pipes in order to absorb heat from the ground, which is then transferred to a fluid (a mix of water and antifreeze) within the pipes. This fluid is then circulated through a heat exchanger where the temperature is raised before it is then used in your homes heating system. Due to the ground staying at a fairly constant temperature throughout the year, the ground source heat pump can also be used year round.

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Biomass Boilers

Biomass boilers can use several different fuels – wood chip, logs or wood pellets. A biomass boiler works in a similar way to a conventional oil or gas fired domestic boiler, by burning the wood to create heat in order to warm the central heating and hot water system.

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Solar Thermal

Solar thermal uses panels on your roof in order to heat your hot water. The hot water can be stored in a large tank. Solar thermal energy can replace most hot water systems that already use a storage tank. If you are currently using a combi boiler then the manufacturer would have to be contacted to see if the boiler will accept pre heated water.

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