Author: Liam Reardon

Heatforce Helps Cardiff Business Reduce its Carbon Footprint

RC2 ASHP Installation

Wales’ premier heating and renewable energy installers Heatforce Wales have helped Llandaff based RC2 (property & regeneration consultancy) in their journey to achieve “net-zero” carbon status. Spearheaded by business owner Robert Chapman, RC2. has been on a path towards carbon neutrality for many years, and the project with Heatforce is the latest in a series of investments. “Over several years now, we have continually invested in Bush House (our head office) as part of our goal to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and to become more sustainable,” said Robert. These investments have included: Installing 14 Solar Panels Improving the fabric of the property to improve energy efficiency and sound insulation The installation of LED lighting throughout both floors The installation of insulation material in the attic space The installation of smart meters  However, in 2021, Robert decided to completely remove his dependence on fossil fuel gas to heat the property and began looking at alternatives. “After a considerable amount of research, I decided that an Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) would be the most efficient means of heating the property without using gas,” said Robert. “However as this was not a “new-build”, I needed to find a company that could retrofit an ASHP, and so began my journey towards Heatforce”, he continued. He initially found a national firm that could provide the ASHP, however, it became apparent that while they could indeed install the system, they were unable to connect it to the existing heating system in the property. All looked lost until a chance meeting with Jake Maddocks, Director of Heatforce, gave hope that the project could remain on track. “Robert had used Heatforce previously, but was unaware we had moved into renewables,” said Jake. “We both share a passion for the environment, so when he explained the predicament he was in, I knew instinctively it was something we could help with,” he continued. With extensive experience in transferring both commercial and residential buildings across to renewable forms of energy production, Jake and his team were not only able to install the ASHP but also retrofit it to… Read more »

Heatforce Renews Sponsorship Deal With Cardiff Rugby

Paul Maddocks & Dai Young

Wales’ premier boiler installation company have strengthened their partnership with Cardiff Rugby by renewing their sponsorship agreement. The new 2-year deal will see the Heatforce brand used prominently throughout Cardiff Arms Park and includes an executive box, membership of the business club and a host of other benefits. “We are delighted to renew our partnership with Cardiff Rugby,” said Heatforce CEO Paul Maddocks. “We have an excellent relationship with the club and we’re particularly looking forward to the forthcoming season and being able to enjoy the matchday experience.” With the return of fans to the Arms Park, there is an air of excitement at the historic home of Welsh rugby, and with the launch of the new ‘Cardiff Rugby’ brand, these are exciting times indeed. “We’re entering a new phase in the history of our club,” said Rhys Blumberg, Chief Operating Officer at Cardiff Rugby “and are thrilled to have the support of successful, local businesses such as Heatforce as we embark on our new journey.” The deal will also see the two organisations join forces to ensure the iconic stadium continues to find new ways of becoming environmentally friendly. “We’ve worked closely with the club to help them become more environmentally friendly,” said Paul, “and are in the process of installing electric vehicle charger points for use by players, staff and visitors to the Arms Park.”

Trophy Tour Comes to Heatforce

Glammy Trophy Tour

Glamorgan clinched their first silverware for seventeen years by winning their first-ever Cup Final in 58 years of one-day cricket as they comfortably defeated Durham in front of a crowd of 7,200 at Trent Bridge. In celebration of the win, Glamorgan toured the trophy around Wales and as proud partners of the club, they popped in for a few photos with our team!

Heatforce Wins Big at Regional Energy Awards

Wales Energy Efficiency Awards 2021

On the 3rd September, we attended the Wales Energy Efficiency Awards at Holland House Hotel, Cardiff and we came away with: 🥇 Winner – Regional Renewable Heat Installer & Contractor of the Year🥇 Winner – Regional Small Scale Project of the Year🏅 Highly Commended – Boiler & Heating Installer / Contractor🏅 Commended – Regional Solar PV Installer and Contractor of the Year We also sponsored the Regional Vulnerable Customer Support Campaigner of the Year award which was won by Flintshire County Council. A big thanks to everyone involved in these projects – both our customers and suppliers – but especially our hardworking staff. 📸 © Campbell Braybrooke Ltd.