Thermal installations are those heating systems that a building needs in order to be inhabitable over the course of an entire year. They must ensure the heating of the space while using as low a quantity of fuel as possible, regardless of its type: gas, electrical power, wood material etc.

Thermal installations:

  • Heating with static bodies
  • Heating with convectors
  • Heating with ventiloconvectores
  • Heating with radiating ceilings
  • Heating with radiating walls
  • Heating with infrared panels
  • Heating in the board
  • Solar panels providing heating and preparation of domestic hot water

The materials used for the described installations are of many types, varying from black/galvanized and stainless steel, copper, to reticulated or high density polyethylene and polypropylene pipes, each system having its own features. Depending on each type of system, they can be buried, visible or suspended, each material being chosen for the environment in which it will be mounted and observing the requirements of the beneficiary.

The equipments for preparing the heating agent use various fuels which must generate enough energy in order to produce heat for the desired space, and, depending on the case, they can use methane gas, natural gas, electrical power, wood material (wood, pallets, seeds etc.). Depending on the capacity of each equipment, the fuel consumption is highlighted in the final cost of the operated equipment and also in its maintenance/service costs.

All of these types of installations are performed by our company and we can provide detailed information about the advantages/disadvantages of each solution, as well as guiding you strictly towards your needs, while taking your budget and a higher quality into consideration.

Our company can assist you in carrying out any type of thermal installations that might be needed, using qualified and authorized staff for each type of installation in particular, observing all applicable norms and legislation, while applying our previous experience in maintenance/servicing and the operation of the systems.