Government Endorsed Standards ‘Trust Mark’ for Birds’ Hill

We’re delighted to have received the ‘Trust Mark’, a Governmental approval of standards.  As you can see, we’re now On-Site Inspected, Local to you and most importantly, Licensed Tradesmen according to Government Endorsed Standards. As if that were not enough, we can show off some new training certificates for our expanding staff and business. Things … Continue reading Government Endorsed Standards ‘Trust Mark’ for Birds’ Hill »

Sustainable wood pellet production

This is an interesting article on aspects of what makes wood pellet production sustainable and on the relativity of carbon neutrality. Intrigued? So was I. http://biomassmagazine.com/articles/15308/the-ideological-divide The article states some obvious facts, such as the inefficiency of logging and then shipping pellets overseas to burn for electricity. But it also raises some lesser known aspects … Continue reading Sustainable wood pellet production »

Some of the reviews left by satisfied customers on our Facebook page

Thanks to these clients who left such kind reviews on our Facebook page: “If your thinking of installing biomass,  look no further, good customer service and more importantly, excellent advice on what you need to make it work for you, they don’t push you into expensive options that are not needed.”   “The worry people have … Continue reading Some of the reviews left by satisfied customers on our Facebook page »

How Ground Source Heat Pumps work and how efficient they are

Ground Source Heat Pump

Article originally posted by Alex Barrett on YouGen http://www.yougen.co.uk/blog-entry/2866/How+do+you+assess+the+efficiency+of+a+ground+source+heat+pump’3F/ and posted here with permission from You Gen  Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP) extract heat from the ground, and use it to produce hot water. By burying pipes just a few metres below the ground you can take advantage of this readily available supply of thermal energy, … Continue reading How Ground Source Heat Pumps work and how efficient they are »

Renewable Heat Incentive reforms come into force

Renewable Heat Incentive reforms come into force Originally posted by Sam Tonge on http://www.yougen.co.uk The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) drafted reforms for both the Domestic and Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) schemes. These reforms have been approved following a debate in Parliament, and are to come into force on 22 May 2018. In … Continue reading Renewable Heat Incentive reforms come into force »