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With teams of skilled engineers, Ideal Heat Solutions available around the clock to deliver temporary heat to your new build when you need it. Whether you’re a specifier solving a logistical issue onsite or a construction site manager tasked with delivering a project to a tight schedule, Ideal Heat and its team of experts are there to identify a temporary heat solution for even the most complex of construction requirements.
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Ideal Heat Solutions understands that on new build projects you may need temporary heat quicker than you’d anticipated. You may also have complex utility and spatial requirements, which means it might be difficult to connect to the gas supply.
Once your temporary heat solution has been installed, Ideal Heat Solutions remotely monitors its performance 24hrs a day through the high-performance Trend 963 Supervisor technology. This keeps new build projects on-track for delivery and keeps delays at bay.
Ideal Heat Solutions has a range of high-performance temporary gas, oil and HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil) fired boilers to choose from including:
The team at Ideal Heat Solutions can utilise temporary heating systems to accelerate the lengthy screed drying time. Once the screed is cured, a portable electric boiler increases screed drying time as heat is transferred right into the material, removing the moisture in a quicker time frame.
Ideal Heat Solutions’ temporary boilers are compact, robust and lightweight. These boilers have the power and controllability to aid screed drying time during construction, as well as heating when construction is complete.
At Ideal Heat Solutions, we understand that certain construction projects require a better performing district heating system. District heating is the supply of energy to large-scale heating networks that normally serve sites with complex or large numbers of independent dwellings and buildings. Furthermore, district heating systems often span public roads in between other sites.
On some projects, there may be an old centralised or district plantroom that needs to come offline to do a full renovation. In these cases, it is far simpler and cheaper to disconnect the system, as opposed to incrementally switching off equipment as this makes it more costly in the long-run.
Ideal Heat Solutions provides temporary plantrooms that comprise pressurisation units and a BMS (building management system), giving clients the peace of mind that they can take their entire operation offline whilst being able to heat their premises. This is a real benefit on district heating repair and replacement jobs.
Ideal Heat Solutions supplies temporary boilers, booster stations and metres of pipework so that the district heating system pumps heat to where it needs to be. This not only improves the district heating system’s efficiency; in turn, it increases the performance of the infrastructure.
Undecided about taking your energy supply offline ahead or during a plant room refurb or renovation project? Temporary plant should be a priority if you are planning to undertake a renovation project, to assure that you still have heat when you need it.
On renovation projects, temporary heat is a game-changer. Ideal Heat Solutions has the capacity to quickly provide efficient temporary energy facilities during entire plant room refurbs and renovations to keep your premises performing as usual.
Idea Heat Solutions supplies the latest equipment – temporary boilers, pumps and pressurisation units – to give its customers complete reassurance that their plant room operates uninterrupted whilst offline during a renovation. End users can also rest assured that the temporary equipment has been installed by qualified professionals and has a warranty, giving them extra peace of mind on their renovation project.
With colder climates increasingly commonplace in the UK, temporary buildings or under-utilised spaces are at greater risk. Many people don’t realise that without heat, pipework in underused buildings has very little frost protection under these cold conditions. Harsh weather can leave uninsulated pipes prone to leakage.
The problem doesn’t stop at freezing pipes, but stretches to water ingress which consequently leads to condensation that has a damaging effect on indoor walls. Using a temporary boiler during a project mitigates water loss from burst pipes and any condensation risk. Temporary heaters can be installed in the building to protect the structure.
In situations where you will need access to temporary heat quickly, it pays to have the measures in place to prevent a small problem from becoming a big disaster.
With Ideal Heat Solutions’ expertise and product, you have access to:
– A tailored temporary heat strategy to suit your new build
– Robust containerised temporary boilers easily crane-lifted into place
– Skilled OFTEC-accredited IDH engineers to perform the job
– Fully managed hire solution
– 24 hour call out, on-site within 2 hours
– OFTEC approved & fully insured
– Minimise business interruption
– Purpose built solutions upon request