Exothermic Installations Ltd"A small company with BIG credentials" An independent owned and run private company. We began trading as a Limited company in 2006, with the aim of providing a "One Stop Shop". Specialising in energy efficient, low carbon - heating, plumbing and electrical technologies for mainly the domestic & light commercial market. Currently a small but expanding, highly qualified and competent, specialist renewable energy installers. We are a MCS, RECC, Gas Safe, OFTEC, HETAS, CIPHE, Green deal company. With services from the everyday to the bespoke, we operate mainly within the West Berkshire, North Wiltshire, Swindon, West Oxfordshire, South Gloucestershire and surrounding areas. We Specify, Design, Install and maintain domestic renewable energy systems - both heat and power generating technologies as well as water and energy saving systems and cost-cutting technologies. We work with our customers to provide the most appropriate low carbon, energy saving solutions. We also cover the more traditional conventional aspects of plumbing, heating and electrical systems. We have been involved in the plumbing, heating and electrical industry for over 30 consecutive years and have spent the last 8 years involved with renewable energy. We also work with architects, manufacturers, designers & builders and are heavily involved with new build green construction methods.? We are time served, qualified and experienced renewable energy installers, allied with some of the biggest & best brands in the industry. With many newcomers to the industry we believe you "can''t buy experience". That?s why we believe we have the edge, we know what we are doing and what products and systems work best, either individually or combined. Because of our unique, independent position within the industry, we are able to give truly objective, impartial advice because we are qualified & experienced in fitting all the technologies - we have no bias to any technology or to any manufacturer.
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