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A focus on energy efficiency

BURTON Latimer-based Griffiths offer a one-stop-shop for all aspects of building engineering services.

The established business, now in its 20th year, carries out various work including air conditioning, domestic gas, electrics, plumbing, underfloor heating and ventilation. Renewables also form a significant part of their workload with products such as air and ground source heat pumps, solar PV and solar thermal.

Many county-based businesses use Griffiths for one or more of these technologies and many small building companies appreciate the ease of having just one engineering contractor, especially as so much of what is being installed these days, bridges across many different technical areas.

Whilst a significant number of projects are in the commercial or industrial sectors, Griffiths also have many domestic customers, especially with regard to the installation and servicing of renewables (heat pumps and solar).

The Griffiths Service Team ensure equipment that requires regular maintenance, especially air conditioning, heat pumps and gas boilers, are all attended to as and when required and operate as efficiently as possible.

Energy efficiency forms a large part of the regulations that Griffiths have to work to and projects are designed to be as economical to install and run, as possible. In Burton Latimer, Griffiths have an Energy Efficiency Centre showroom with working examples of heat pumps and many other energy saving ideas.

During the summer months, Griffiths like to get out and meet existing and new customers at various shows. The next will be over the weekend of 6th and 7th July at the Hollowell Steam and Heavy Horse Show where their 50-foot stand will be showcasing heat pumps and energy saving air conditioning products.

Contact Griffiths by telephone on 01536 420666, via the website at www.griffithsaircon.co.uk or by visiting the Energy Efficiency Centre showroom at 111 High Street in Burton Latimer between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

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