Biomass Boiler Specialists
Commercial Biomass Ltd is one of the UK’s leading renewable heating specialists and biomass boiler installers. With well over 300 boiler installations to our name, and over 30 years of commercial heating experience, Commercial Biomass helps customers in Somerset, Dorset, Devon and beyond make the right renewable energy choice for their home or business.
Our skilled workforce are from the construction and mechanical services industries, with eco-credentials second to none. In other words, we can help with every aspect of your renewable energy heating, from supply and installation through to reliable servicing and repairs.
We are ETA and Gilles Certified partners, and the only installer throughout Somerset and Devon to be certified with both manufacturers. In addition, we are Sokratherm-trained to install and maintain high efficiency Natural Gas powered CHP units.
A biomass boiler allows businesses, commercial premises (including factories, golf clubs, warehouses and schools) and domestic customers make savings of up to 80% on their energy costs.
Zero emission wood chip boiler
Windhager biomass boilers
We now supply, install and maintain zero emission wood chip biomass boilers manufactured by Windhager. The PuroWIN is the cleanest wood chip boiler in the world, with virtually undetectable emissions. This is due to a very well thought-out design. The word ‘innovative’ is too often used to describe the mundane and the ordinary by advertising executives searching for a superlative, without actually considering the meaning of the word. Windhager have developed a combustion chamber unlike any we have seen in conventional biomass boilers… read more
Want to do your bit to avert climate change? Switch to wood fuelled heat. Good quality biomass boilers are clean burning and output far less carbon dioxide than any other commonly used heating appliances. Electrostatic precipitation and clever burning techniques keep air quality pristine. Low in particulate matter, low in carbon dioxide emissions, low in NOX emissions. Biomass is clean and green.
Think you’re saving the planet with a heat pump? Look at the facts — assuming you’re in an old house trying to make an air source heat pump perform with oversized radiators, your CoP is likely to be around 3:1 at best, meaning that for every 3kWh of heat you get, you use 1kWh of electricity and the other 2kWh comes from the warmth of the air outside. One third of 0.519 is 0.173, which is nine times worse than burning logs, four times worse than pellets and nearly eleven times worse than burning wood chip. Why is the government pushing heat pumps when we don’t have the cable infrastructure to run them all and the majority of the electrical grid is still on fossil fuels and up to 70% of the power produced is lost in transmission? It makes no sense. The replacement for the failed Green Homes Grant scheme funds heat pumps to the tune of £5,000 per household. It has been announced that biomass boilers will be included in the new scheme, after having been excluded in earlier rounds of proposals. Even now, homes will only be eligible for biomass grants if they are off gas grid with a rural/urban indicator of D or lower.
High Efficiency Commercial Gas Boilers
Commercial Biomass Ltd is Gas Safe registered (registration number 51456), and the low registration number tells you how long that registration has stood for – from back in the day when Corgi used to administer the register!
We can supply and install commercial and domestic high efficiency gas boilers from Vaillant and other manufacturers.
Commercial Biomass is trained and certified by Sokratherm GMBh for the installation of high efficiency natural gas fired Combined Heat & Power systems.
Contact Commercial Biomass to book your free biomass boiler consultation
Key Benefits of Switching to a Biomass Boiler
- Cost Effective – cut fuel costs by up to 80%
- Biomass Boilers use Renewable Fuel
- Biomass is Eligible for Government Funding (RHI)
- User Friendly
- Biomass is Efficient Heating
- Reduce your emissions by 90% with Biomass