Nauticool Ltd, one of the UK’s leading suppliers and installers of air conditioning, is proud to announce they have been accredited by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) for the design and installation of air source heat pump systems.
The MCS certification ensures that Nauticool are able to offer their customers the highest quality products and services, and further enhances their wider offering of energy-efficient solutions.
Alex Barrett, Operations Manager at Nauticool Ltd, said: “We are delighted to have achieved MCS accreditation, which demonstrates our commitment to providing our customers with the highest quality products and services. This also enables us to provide our customers with the assurance that the systems we install meet all the necessary industry standards.”
Air source heat pumps are a cost-effective and energy-efficient renewable energy solution, providing homeowners and businesses with a reliable source of heating and hot water. The benefits of air source heat pumps include lower energy bills, reduced running costs, and improved energy efficiency.
Leo Sibley-Hale, Technical Sales Engineer at Nauticool Ltd, added: “Our team is experienced in working with both residential and commercial customers, providing them with tailored solutions that are designed to meet their specific needs and requirements. As we work with leading manufacturers such as Daikin and Panasonic, who we have worked with for over 20 years, our customers can be certain that the systems we design and install are of the highest quality.”
Nauticool are committed to providing their customers with reliable and cost-effective solutions, which is why they work with leading manufacturers to ensure the systems they install are of the highest quality.