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Room in Roof Insulation

Why insulate your room in the roof?

The Green Eco Company has experienced and qualified advisors who can carry out a free assessment to check if your loft has the right amount of insulation for the most cost-effective and energy efficient result . The Green Eco Company will advise you of the right type and level of insulation for maximum efficiency and energy savings for your property.

A massive 25% of heat can be lost through an uninsulated loft, so insulating your loft can save you a lot of money on heating bills. If you have a water tank in your loft or if your water pipes run through it, you need advice on which type of insulation can be used

Call us today to see if you qualify for FREE Room in Roof insulation:

01254 447 541.

Spray Foam Insulation

If the space in your loft or room in the roof is limited or an unusual shape, then spray foam insulation is a very effective and practical option. The Green Eco Company uses accredited highly trained staff with special equipment to spray the foam insulation. This work can usually be carried out within a couple of hours and provides very effective insulation for your loft space.

The end result provides a cost-effective solution to cut your energy usage and save you money. To see if your roof space would be suitable for this kind of insulation, call the Green Eco Company now on 01254 447 541 and we will arrange for someone to come and carry out a free visit to assess your property

Call us today to see if you qualify for FREE Spray Foam Insulation:

01254 447 541.

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Boiler Replacements

The Green Eco Company ensures all our gas, electric and LPG boilers comply with British Manufacturing Standards. Using only Gas Safe engineers to carry out our installations, all work is guaranteed and conforms to PAS 2030:2017

If your boiler is old or has a low efficiency rating, contact the Green Eco Company on 01254 447 541 today to see what boiler would be best for your home and save you money. Our installations comply with British Standards and we work in partnership with the best boiler manufacturers using only certified installers.

If you don’t know what efficiency rating your current boiler has, an online search of the make and model number will show you. Alternatively you can call the Green Eco Company on 01254 447 541 and we will send someone out to assess your boiler for you and advise you which makes and models will be cheaper to run.

Call us today to see if you qualify for FREE Boiler Replacement:

01254 447 541.

Types of Loft Insulation

Mineral Wool

Mineral wool insulation is the most commonly used type of insulation for lofts. If the beams in your loft are evenly spaced and a regular distance apart, then rolls of mineral wool insulation can be used. One layer will be fitted between the joists (beams) to insulate them and then another positioned at right angles to the first, going over the beams and making the insulation up to the recommended depth.

Our professional and accredited installers are well informed and will make sure the optimum depth for your loft insulation is met.

You may well be eligible for a grant to provide you with FREE insulation.

Insulation Boards

These can be fitted between the rafters in your roof space and are suitable if the space is already in use as a room. Insulating the roof itself rather than the floor will cause less disruption if the room is currently in use. It is important to make sure the boards are close fitting between the rafters to minimize draughts and heat loss. The roof insulation can then be covered with plasterboard to create a smooth looking ceiling for your room.

If there is space, insulated plasterboard can be used to create insulation around the rafters themselves as they are usually quite thin. The Green Eco Company’s specialist installers will make sure there is still enough ventilation to the rafters.

Call us today to see if you qualify for FREE Stone Wall Insulation:

01254 447 541.

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Storage Heaters Replacements

Storage heaters use electricity, usually overnight when prices are lower, to heat up ceramic bricks stored within the storage unit. This system of heating is very suitable for people using the Economy 7 type tariffs, which charges a lower rate for using energy overnight when the demand is generally lower (typically between midnight and 7am).

Using a storage heater means customers can make use of off-peak electricity prices but still have daytime heating throughout their home. As electricity is more expensive than gas in most cases, using storage heaters is only really an effective saving unless you are not already connected to a mains gas supply.

Storage heaters come in different sizes, as do rooms in houses. The Green Eco Company can advise you of the best size to heat your home effectively and efficiently

Call us today to see if you qualify for FREE Room in Roof insulation:

01254 447 541.

Labour Charge Pricing Guide For All Boiler Repairs

The figures quoted below are for guidance only as site conditions / access will differ from job to job, therefore the final decision will be at the surveyors discretion.

Labour charge rates: 1st hour £192.00 and every subsequent hour will be £112.00.

Below is a list of most common faults that we come across with the number of labour hours that will be billed on average. Please kindly note we have a mark up of 25% on top of all parts if we have to supply.

Work Required Number of Hours to install Part
Work Required Number of Hours to install Part
Gas Valve1.5 to 3
Spark Ignition electrode1 to 2
Hall Effect Sensor0.5 to 1
Diverter Valve Motor0.5 to 1
Diverter Valve Full1.5 to 3
Flue Sensor0.5 to 1
Pump1.5 to 3
Hydraulic Pressure Switch1 to 2
Terminal Strip0.5 to 1
Heating Return Sensor0.5 to 1
Fan Full Kit1.5 to 3
Heating Flow Sensor0.5 to 1
Safety Thermostat0.5 to 1
DHW NTC Sensor0.5 to 1
Printed Circuit Board (PCB1.5 to 3
Primary Heat Exchanger4 to 6
Domestic Hot Water Heat Exchanger1.5 to 3
Expansion Vessel3 to 4.5
water Pressure Switch0.5 to 1
safety Pressure Relef valve (PRV)1 to 2
Reconnecting & Commissioning 0.75 to 3
Inhibitor & Cleaner Treatment 2 to 3.5
Condansate Trap0.5 to 1.5

Example if your boiler is broken and it requires a Heating flow sensor the maximum we will charge for labour would be £920.00 the working out are below
Heating Flow sensor labour hours 1 including 1st hour set up cost = £192
Inhibitor & Cleaner Treatment labour £392
Reconnecting & Commissioning £336


Warranty Costs £300 - £500.