Crystal Heating Limited

Crystal Heating Limited
Unit 8 Worton Hall Industrial Estate
Isleworth, London City of
United Kingdom
Phone: 0208 758 9799

Crystal Heating Ltd was established in 1989 and provides a fully accredited design and installation service for solar thermal systems for domestic and commercial properties across West London and the surrounding areas. The company is at the fore-front of renewable technology and offers customers cost-effective solutions for all types of solar installations. Our engineers regularly attend manufacturer training courses and hold Logic Certfication, plus they all hold current ACS registration. Crystal Heating believe in providing an exceptional service to clients and offer a full range of solar equipment which carries 25 years warranty and a life expectancy of at least 30 years. The company are approved installers for Genersys PLC.

Crystal Heating is an approved heating installer for local authorities and housing associations, and offers homeowners and businesses cost-effective installation services for:

  • Solar thermal systems for domestic and commercial use
  • Solar thermal systems for swimming pools
  • Full Gas central heating services

The company is registered with Solar Trade Association,CORGI, Constructionline, CHAS, APHC and LEOFF

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