A renewable technology installer from Stone has been named August 2014’s Installer of the Month by Navitron – one of the UK’s leading designers and suppliers of green energy systems.
The Heating Business received the accolade after having continuously gone above and beyond for customers throughout the region during recent solar installation projects.
Gary Chantry of The Heating Business commented:
“It’s wonderful to have our hard work recognised and be named Navitron’s Installer of the Month! We always strive to provide the best possible service when carrying out our installations, and look forward to helping even more homes and businesses across Staffordshire save money and become energy efficient.”
Over the past six years, The Heating Business has provided solar PV, solar thermal and heat pump installations throughout Staffordshire – saving home and business owners thousands of pounds.
Stephen Knight, Commercial Director at Navitron, commented:
“Gary and Angie are a husband-and-wife team who we have worked with for a number of years now, and we always receive exceptional feedback from their customers. Each and every one of their installations is carried out to the highest of standards so we couldn’t be prouder to name them as our latest Installer of the Month.”
Derrick Bond, a homeowner from Stone, used The Heating Business to have a 12-panel Solar PV system installed in August.
“I’d been considering the installation for some time, and eventually decided to contact Gary because he is one of my son’s associates so I knew he was trustworthy.
“Gary was very courteous and efficient throughout the installation and I would highly recommend him to anyone considering a renewable installation.I couldn’t be happier with my installation.”
Stephen Knight continued:
“Thanks to The Heating Business’s expert work, home and business owners from Staffordshire and beyond have been able to enjoy the money saving benefits from renewable energy and government payback schemes – the Feed-In Tariff and the Renewable Heat Incentive.”
Introduced by the Government during 2010 to help increase the level of renewable energy generation in the UK, the Feed-In Tariff is a scheme that pays people for creating their own ‘green electricity’ through the use of renewable technology.
The RHI is the world’s first long-term financial support programme for renewable heat which, similar to the Feed-In Tariff, pays participants that generate and use renewable energy to heat their homes or office buildings.
Phase 1 of the RHI scheme, targeting businesses and non-domestic properties was launched in 2011; and Phase 2, which allows homes and other domestic buildings to benefit from government incentives, was launched in April 2014.
Both schemes were implemented as a way of helping the UK reach its target of 15% of total energy being generated by renewables by the year 2020.
For more information about or a consultation with The Heating Business, call 01785 286402.
For more information about Navitron and the company’s innovative ranges of solar renewable solutions, visit www.navitron.org.uk.