If you are building a new house or just renovating your existing home, at Heatwise, we have all the plumbing supplies you could possibly need to get the job done. Whether you’re looking for bathroom suites, floor tiles or even one of our beautifully efficient insert stoves, we’ve got you covered.
One aspect of building or renovation that needs to be considered is the way that the property is going to obtain its heating and hot water. For a seriously efficient and renewable way to achieve both of these things, we can look no further than a Joule Heat Pump. Joule have three decades of experience in the appropriate engineering sectors and are on hand to assist with your project from beginning to end.
When you choose a Joule Heat Pump, you get the complete bespoke design service, tailored to your own individual needs and as modern hot water and heating systems become ever more complex, the help they provide is even more necessary. With a complete understanding of conventional, solar and biomass boilers, Joule are able to design your system to achieve optimum results.
How it Works
Basically, a Joule Heat Pump takes outside air, which it efficiently uses it to heat the interior of your home and supply hot water. It can be used in conjunction with a tradition radiator system or with an underfloor system to provide cost effective heating and hot water for you to use. Not only is this kind of system good for the pocket, it’s also good for the environment.
If you would like to know about Joule Heat Pumps and are interested in the concept for your own building project, finding out more is simple. Just email the plans of your home to email@example.com and you’ll receive a full quote and full design of using a Joule Smartplumb Cylinder and Heatpump for your radiator or underfloor heating.
For more information about everything we do, why not pop over to www.heatwise.ie, where you’ll find a range of quality products, some of which are even on sale! Alternatively, call one of our friendly experts on 057 9351207, who can answer any questions you might have.