A heating upgrade consists of the installation of a new efficient heating system which is suitable for gas and oil. Existing pipework can be utilised or new pipework can be installed. To get the best out of the new boiler it is advised that the radiators are also upgraded as they are more efficient and produce more heat. The provision of a new hot water cylinder is also installed which is factory insulated which helps retain hot water for longer periods.
New heating controls are installed which help maintain the temperature of each room, these are also known as room stats. The use of zoning which is a very cost-effective way of saving energy.
Once the heating upgrade is installed a member of our team will explain to the homeowner how the new system works and how they can get the best out of it. At CDM Contracts, we aim to provide an efficient and high standard of work with as minimal disruption as possible.
Heating Controls Update
Our qualified plumbing team will assess the best way to carry out the heating installation with as minimal disruption as possible to the homeowner. We would advise the homeowner on the estimated length of the job depending on the scheme and agree with the location of the boiler, room stats etc.
We aim to deliver a very high standard of service and workmanship to ensure that the SEAI standards are met. We provide homeowners with a system manual containing instruction for operation and advise them to get in contact as soon as possible if they experience any system problems.
Available to any homeowner providing their house has been constructed any time before 2006.
Upgrades include attic insulation:
Through the HSE and SEAI CDM work in partnership to improve the living conditions of people living with a chronic respiratory disease. The scheme is carried out in Dublin 8,10,12,22 and 24. The scheme is fully grant funded entitling homeowners to a complete new retrofit of their home.
Measures are carried out at no cost to the homeowner.
To qualify you must:
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