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Eco Heat & Power Ltd
2 Sandbed
Hebden Bridge
West Yorkshire
HX7 6PT
Tel 01422 843 414

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Hybrid Heating Systems

You can heat your home or other commercial premises using modern, efficient biomass boiler systems to burn logs, wood chip or wood pellets, and then combine with most old and new oil and gas boilers. We can also combine Traditional wood burning stoves and some old range cookers with most old and new oil and gas boilers we also have available a new log cooker with additional pellet module. To any of these systems we can add a solar hot water system to provide domestic hot water and in suitably insulated properties to contribute to space heating.

Combining your existing (or new) gas or oil boiler with any of:

  • Traditional wood burning stoves
  • Wood pellet stoves & boilers
  • Log gasifying boilers
  • Solar Hot Water System

Planning permission

This may be required if new construction is needed and may not be available to households in smokeless zones unless your boiler system is an exempted appliance. New flues can also sometimes be an issue especially if the property is listed.

Large bio-energy installations may require additional industrial process permissions from the Environment Agency.

Why Eco Heat & Power

  • We provide a high quality competitively priced installation service
  • We are Micro-generation Certification Scheme (MCS) registered
  • We have signed up to RECC code of conduct certified by the OFT
  • We have been installing since 2006
  • We provide comprehensive Installation & Maintenance manuals

Further Information

The Microgeneration Certification Scheme MCS ELECSA AECB Renewable Energy Consumer Code
OFTEC HETAS Gas Safe Register
OFTEC 13912  •   Gas Safe Register 1987  •   MCS ELC54014  •   Part P No. EPP1873
HETAS 1923  •   RECC 16397