From November 1st, Cedar Renewables will be changing!
From November 1st, Cedar Renewables will become part of B.A.R. & Sons Plumbing and Heating Ltd. As one of the East Midlands leading Renewable Heating installers, we will continue to provide you with impartial advice on the best system for you. As part of B.A.R. & Sons, we can install almost any heating system, regardless of whether it is renewable or not and will be able to provide complete plumbing, heating and electrical services for your project. We can always provide the most suitable system to meet your requirements. To give you an idea of the range of work we can undertake have a look at some of our previous work here.
By installing a renewable heating system for your home or business, you could also receive payments from the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive scheme. At the end of 2016, the Government announced an increase in financial support for the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) for Air Source and Ground Source Heat Pumps and Biomass boilers. Contact us if you would like to know how a renewable heating system could pay for itself and earn you money.
To find out more about the reformed RHI click here.
“The team at Cedar were very informative and professional at all times, they considered the needs of me as a customer with efficient and straightforward communication. The high level of service has continued post installation and it is clear that excellent customer service is the heart of the companies’ core values.”
Why Cedar Renewables
Cedar Renewables is an MCS-accredited specialist Heating contractor based in the East Midlands undertaking the installation of Biomass boilers, heat pumps and solar thermal technologies. We are a highly motivated team of professional experienced heating engineers who work with both domestic and commercial customers providing a bespoke and personalised service. We aim to save our customers money on their heating bills whilst at the same time, reducing their impact on the environment. Not only can our customers benefit financially from reduced fuel bills but also from the governments Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.