Although most properties in the UK are heated using a boiler and radiators there are still many houses that use warm air central heating. For warm air heating servicing and installation you’ll need to employ warm air central heating engineers.

Warm Air Units are similar to air conditioning units in the way that they blow air around ductwork and out through grilles or vents throughout the house. The air is normally heated by way of a gas burner and is controlled by a room thermostat and a time switch.

If your warm air unit stops working you will probably find that most companies will not want to work on it. If this is the case then give us a call! Our warm air central heating engineers are fully qualified in warm air units.

It is imperative that all warm air units are serviced every year, even more so than a normal heating boiler. Because the air is blown around the system by a large fan unit, there is often a large build up of dust and debris throughout the unit. By cleaning the unit properly and by ensuring that the pressures are correct you are really able to see the difference in performance from before we service a unit to after. Get in touch if you need a warm air central heating servicing quotation.

If your warm air unit has reached the end of its life then we can offer you all of the advice and expertise that you require. We can offer you a completely free of charge survey and quotation for your replacement warm air unit. There are many benefits of having a new modern warm air system installed:

  • Discreet and efficient – Warm Air central heating provides fast warm up times and it can incorporate a water heater. Warm Air is introduced into the rooms via discrete diffusers leaving your wall space free to position your furniture – no manoeuvring around radiators! Modern Warm Air heaters with electronic controls provide stable room temperatures, are the ultimate in comfort and offer greater fuel efficiency than traditional boilers. This is all topped off with a smooth and quiet operation.
  • Money saving – modern air heaters have intelligent control systems that monitor the control of the appliance. This ensures the most efficient operation with savings of up to 18% on running costs when compared to traditional boilers.
  • A cleaner environment – with allergies in the home becoming more common with both adults and children alike, modern heaters have the option of electronic filtration when Cleanflow is added. This means that all of the air in your home can be electronically cleaned at up to 6 times per hour. The filter removes 95% of all airborne particles down to 1 micron. (Pollen is approximately 100 microns and tobacco smoke is 1 micron). This will provide a cleaner, healthier, more allergen free home environment; beneficial for everyone but especially so for children and adults with hay fever, dust and pet allergies and suffering from respiratory complaints such as asthma.
  • Hot water – most modern air heaters now offer the option of an integral domestic hot water circulator. This is mounted within the air heater to provide an efficient and economical supply of hot water. Larger output circulators are available on some models to supply hot water to radiators as well as domestic hot water.