Here at B.A.E. we are passionate about doing our bit for the environment and we would love to help you do the same.

Here at B.A.E. we are passionate about doing our bit for the environment and we would love to help you do the same. That is why we provide a range of energy efficient solutions to your heating needs. With the country striving to hit Net Zero by 2050, it's everyone's responsibility to be that little bit more mindful about their energy consumption and Carbon Footprint.

You can find out what your Carbon Footprint looks like here:

Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs)

Air source heat pumps use a suitably sized heating emitter and hot water cylinder to capture and transfer outside air to your property's hot water and heating systems. Heat pumps are renewable systems that don't release any carbon, in comparison to the common gas and oil boilers which emit carbon into the atmosphere every time you heat your house.

Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs)

GSHPs are very similar to ASHPS, although rather than taking heat from the air, you guessed it, it takes it from the ground via things like boreholes and pipe arrays. GSHPs are even more efficient that ASHPs when it comes to your hot water and heating systems.

Underfloor Heating (UFH)

UFH can be connected to any type of heat source including a standard boiler, however they're most effective when combined with a heat pump whether that be air or ground. UFH need lower water temperatures to heat your home to the same degree meaning they're long-term much more cost effective. If UFH is something you've been thinking about, why not give us a call for a quote?

Solar Thermal

Solar thermal systems usually comprise of a set of solar panels or connectors fitted onto the property's roof in order to collect heat from the sun. Once that heat has been collected, the Solar Thermal system then uses this heat to warm the water stored in your home's hot water cylinder. Whether you're wanting your existing Solar Thermal system serviced (“services” could be a hyperlink to the service plans page), or an entire Solar Thermal system install from scratch, we can get the job done.

Waste Water Heat Recovery (WWHR)

A WWHR system is designed to use residual heat from a shower or bath before it goes down the drain. A heat exchanger is used to heat the cold water that enters via the incoming cold mains pipe and as a result, delivers pre-heated water to the boiler, relieving the workload of the boiler. Out of all the renewable options, this is one of the solutions with cheaper upfront costs.