Our Services

Clear Climate provides air conditioning and renewable energy solutions to clients within the commercial and residential property markets.

These include:

See below for more details on each service…

Clear Climate : At Your Service

Air conditioning system installation

Our modern and energy efficient air conditioning systems transform the way you keep your building cool and can be found in building from hotels and offices to shops and local authority buildings.

Research has found that staff working in air conditioned buildings are more productive which is why many employers are investing in innovative new systems.

Air source heat pumps – DOMESTIC

This is a huge area of growth within the residential property market and is a also a key priority set by the Government in the Race to Zero drive.

In fact, the target is to get to around 1.1m air source heat pump systems installed by 2030, yet currently only around 80,000 have been.

That means there’s going to be a huge push on the installation of these systems within residential properties – particularly as a gas boiler ban could be on the horizon.

So, what are the benefits:

  • Air source heat pumps, unlike traditional gas boilers, do not produce carbon
  • Installed correctly, they have low running costs
  • Air source heat pumps partner well with underfloor heating
  • Certain grants are available, including the Boiler Upgrade Scheme

Air source heat pumps – COMMERCIAL

Much like the residential property market, businesses and commercial property developers are also looking at air source heat pumps as a way of heating their buildings.

There are many reasons why making the switch to this carbon neutral form of energy are appealing to businesses.

These include:

  • Air source heat pumps reach efficiency ratings of 300%
  • A typical business could save £3,000 per year
  • Systems operate down to -20 degrees
  • Controls deigned to maintain ambient temperature
  • VAT on installed renewable energy technologies is charged at only 5%
  • Systems run using electricity and air
  • No gas or oil required

If you’re thinking of making the switch to air source heat pumps, it is worth considering three things:

  1.  How old is the property
  2. What systems do you currently have in place
  3. How well insulated is the property

Solar PV

Solar electricity panels, also known as photovoltaics (PV), capture the sun’s energy and convert it into electricity that you can use in your home.

By installing solar panels, you can generate your own renewable electricity.

They are becoming more and more popular within the commercial and residential property markets, particularly given the rise in energy costs.

Key things to consider:

• Space – does your home or business have enough space to accommodate the solar PV panels?
• South facing roofs yield the maximum electrical output
• Check with your local planning department if you need permission for installation
• Cost of installation against potential savings
• Could you combine solar PV with other form of renewable energy

Battery installation & storage

Domestic battery storage is a rapidly evolving technology that is typically used alongside solar PV.

It allows surplus electricity generated by solar panels to be stored for later use rather than exported to the National Grid.

If you have solar PV you can generate plenty of electricity when the sun is shining. But on overcast days you’ll make less, and you’ll make none at all at night. This generation pattern often doesn’t match up with when households want to use electricity – it’s at night when you want the lights on and to use appliances like a dishwasher or TV.

If your solar panels generate electricity and you don’t use it, it ends up being fed into the National Grid. You may get paid for it, but not as much as you save if you use the power yourself.

This is where battery storage comes in. If you can store the electricity generated during the day, there is less need to consume electricity – e.g. run your washing machine – when the sun is shining and you’ll use more of the power you generate and save money. Source of data.

External wall insulation

Internal wall insulation is the process of applying insulation to the inner face of exterior walls to increase the property’s thermal efficiency.

We’re seeing a rapid rise in demand for this service, particularly from local authorities which are keen to ensure their properties are energy efficient.

A properly insulated home will retain heat which in turn will reduce energy bills.