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M & R Plumbing & Heating Ltd is rated 5 out of 5.0 stars based on 4 review(s).

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Cant thank mick enough for coming out today (Sunday). After being let down by two other engineers in over a week mick turned up today fixed the problem with the boiler in about an hour. Professional and great job done at a fab price and finally have heating and hot water. Highly recommend this company and mick, thank you so much

- Charlotte Fairclough

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Boiler broken down Friday night, New Worcester boiler fitted Saturday morning. Thanks to Mick and all the team for the prompt and efficient service. Julie, Blackrod Bolton.

- Julie Dickson

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What a cracking service ..our boiler broke on Sunday .we contacted the team and by wed our new boiler was installed and we were up and running ..3 of them worked till 7 at night to make sure we was warm and had hot water ..all very polite ..they left no mess and made sure we had full knowledge of how to use our new system..we now have peace and mind for the next 10 years thanks the their full 10 year parts and labour cover Thanks to you all . Will always highly recommend. Glenn Wilkes

- Glenn Willes

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Excellent service, called the office at 5.30pm with what I thought was a fault and was at my door at 6 30pm to sort out, whilst there sorted the issue and happily carried out the annual service to save me money, price was competitive and work carried out satisfactorily. Will definitely be calling these for my next year's service. Highly recommended.

- Kathryn Smith

Photo Voltaic Solar Panels

PhotoVoltaic, or PV, is a slightly newer technology than solar thermal and the principles are simple.

A chemical reaction generates electrical current within the panels (which again are usually found on the roof of a building) and this electricity can then be used in the home to power appliances which have traditionally been solely reliant on the national grid and its fossil fuels.

The idea behind a typical domestic installation is to cover the “base load”. This covers appliances such as fridges, low level lighting and any other low demand but constant draws. It is not designed to cover all electrical demands such as kettles, irons etc as they have high power requirements and would require much larger PV installations.

Most households would normally install just enough to cover the basics and the national grid would then pick up the excess and peak demands. The Government has launched a scheme that offers clean energy cash back (via what is to be known as the Renewable Heat Incentive) to householders who generate their own electricity which will be based on what is sold back to the national grid.

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