TASC Mechanical heads up the plumbing and heating sector of TASC Holdings. With a combined experience pool of over 40 years, we are perfectly placed within the Plumbing & Heating sector to offer the very best products and services at affordable prices ranging from small extensions and bespoke properties right through to Poultry Houses growing tens of thousands of birds. As well as offering a highly skilled workforce, our key focus is delivering for our clients, working with them on each project ensuring the best products are sourced at the very best industry prices within a timely manner.
Our services cover full & partial refurbishments, ground & air source heat pumps, solar thermal hot water systems, mechanical and ventilation heat recovery systems (MVHR) and bathroom installations.
We pride ourselves on being able to offer a full turnkey solution to all our clients. From design right through to installation, commissioning & a full after care package.
MVHR Heat Recovery Systems
Creating renewable energy is not always about using solar or wind power to utilise in our homes and offices. Making the most of what is already there can also help to reduce our environmental impact. This includes the amount of heat we lose to the environment daily.
Heat recovery systems work by using the warm air or water already in a property, before it gets expelled into the atmosphere. This doesn’t remove the need for a boiler to heat radiators etc, but it does help them to be more efficient by recycling the already warm air to ensure maximum benefit is gained from this.
In an office, this can help save on energy bills as well as keeping the work place warmer for longer with the ventilation system providing fresh, warm air circulating throughout the home.
In a nutshell, heat recovery systems work by moving stale air through hundreds of small pipes whilst drawing in cold air from outside in other ducts. These flow past each other without mixing physically but the heat is drawn from the stale air to the cold air, which is then fed back down into the pipes and into the rooms. The stale air, minus its heat, is then expelled into the atmosphere.