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Experts in Mechanical & Electrical services, specialising in above and below ground district heating.

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Experts in Mechanical & Electrical services, specialising in above and below ground district heating.

Our Services

District Heating Specialists

As dedicated specialists in district heating and a trusted partner to our clients and main contractors, we regularly provide high-quality above and below ground solutions on projects where our expertise and level of workmanship makes the difference.

At Therma-Mech, our skilled and accomplished team deliver M&E projects across the UK, with experience in a wide range of complex projects that span over many different industries.

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2811, 2019

Tips for Using Prefabricated Pipework

November 28th, 2019|

The use of prefabrication has a long history in the UK construction industry and is currently a popular trend worldwide. Prefabrication is associated with modular and offsite construction which makes the whole construction process simpler and more efficient. What Is Prefabrication? Prefabricating pipework consists of all the actions associated with making pipework components at a remote and better-suited location. Once the pipework is ready, it is transported to the final construction site where workers finish [...]

2910, 2019

A Beginner’s Guide to Commercial Ductwork

October 29th, 2019|

What is Ductwork? Commercial ductwork functions as the arteries and veins of the HVAC system. It consists of a network of ducts through which air flows around a building. Supply ducts facilitate the movement of heated and cooled air from the HVAC system to the various indoor areas, and return ducts facilitate the return of expended air back to the HVAC equipment where it can be filtered, reconditioned, and redistributed. The ducting is usually either [...]

1810, 2019

Understanding Different Types of Green Energy

October 18th, 2019|

Green energy is energy that is generated using sources with a low environmental impact. These sources are generally renewable and include the sun (solar), wind, water (hydro) and geothermal. Green energy sources don't generate harmful greenhouse gases as the use of fossil-fuel energy sources do. Although they are often used interchangeably, the subtle difference between “green” and “renewable” energy is that with green energy, the focus is on the impact on the environment, whereas with [...]