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Upgrade or Repair Your Current Industrial Heating System

 


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As winter fast approaches many businesses will be looking to ensure their heating systems are in full working order. This is because a heating system which isn't working to its full capacity or has stopped working altogether can have serious consequences on the environment within your work place; along with costing your business money due to ineffective heating. However, it's understandable that it isn't always viable for factories to upgrade their industrial heating, which is why alongside supplying and installing new heaters, many heating specialists also offer an unbeatable repair service.

Repair:

Whilst some companies may advise you that your heating is in urgent need of major repair, a respectable, experienced and professional team of heating engineers will provide you with honest advice, along with viable solutions.

As you would expect, before any repair work is carried out on your heating, your local reliable heating firm will inspect the appliance to find the direct cause of the fault. Once they've found the root cause of the problem, instead of carrying out the work and then providing you with a statement, they discuss the solutions with you and provide you with all the facts. Unfortunately, there are some cases where it isn't possible to repair the system and in these instances you may require an upgrade.

Upgrading:

If your current heating system is a couple of years old and no-longer working to its optimum capability or the repair work needed will cost more than it would to replace the appliance, then it may be time to consider upgrading to a newer heating system.

Despite the misconceptions, a new heating system doesn't have to see your business spending a small fortune upfront. Instead, if you're looking to upgrade your heating system and you've been trading within the UK for the last twelve months and are classed as a SME, it could be possible for you to purchase a newer appliance via the Government's Enhanced Capital Allowance scheme.

Along with being eligible to the grant from the Government, a newer heating appliance could also see your business save money in the long run as you gain a more economical and efficient appliance, which in turn helps you reduce your carbon footprint.

For more information surrounding this scheme or if you'd like to arrange for a team of heating specialists to pay your site a visit to inspect your current industrial heating system, don't hesitate to contact your local Gas Safe registered heating engineers.

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