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sustainable energy solutions

The source you choose to heat your home with is a very important as it provides comfort, warmth and efficiency. Go Green Engineering use the latest technologies and combine them to form the best solution for your home.

Whatever your fuel source, we want to provide you with the most energy and cost efficient systems available. Whether you need to adapt your current heating system or whether you want to install the latest renewable energy technology we have a solution for you. As fully qualified Renewable Engineers, Gas Safe Registered Engineers and fully qualified and experienced plumbers we can install:

High Efficiency Condensing Boilers

High Efficiency Condensing Boilers are one of the most efficient ways to heat your home when combined with either a central heating or underfloor heating systems. They are particularly efficient when installed with an underfloor heating system due to the reductions in gas consumption. We install, service and maintain all types of Gas boilers and work with a number of different manufacturers so that you get the best suited boiler for your home.

Underfloor Heating Systems

Underfloor Heating Systems are fast becoming the most popular form of heating. It is economical to run, there is no maintenance and above all the heat distribution is total. It can be installed under almost every floor type, wood, tile and laminate making it ideal for refurbishment projects. It requires only low temperature hot water and is ideal for use with modern condensing boilers and renewable energy sources.

Underfloor central heating gives invisible warmth which is ideal for modern living, as it gives clean interior design and maximum usable wall space. Underfloor heating is safer and cleaner than radiator systems as there are no hot surfaces to touch plus dust/air movement is minimised. Under floor heating has the benefit of low maintenance with no requirement to paint radiators.

Central Heating Systems

Central Heating Systems are the most common form of heating within our homes. Central heating generally uses radiators to convect heat around the room, with a small percentage been radiated. In larger properties central heating systems can be divided up into smaller systems so that only a section of the house is on at one time.

For example if you have a office area in your house and use it during the day, the rest of the house can be turned off while your office area remains warm. This makes for a highly efficient system which can be controlled throughout your home easily. This makes for a highly efficient system which can be controlled throughout your home easily.


We offer a wide range of domestic and commercial plumbing services.

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