Smart Renewable Heat is pleased to provide heat pump installations to the county of Angus, Scotland. Known for its agriculture and fishing, Angus’s landscape stretches from the mountains to the north to the coast of the North Sea in the east.
Smart Renewable Heat can bring services to towns such as Arbroath, Brechin, Carnoustie, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Monifieth and Montrose. With over 3,000 ground source and air source heat pump projects completed across the UK, many of which covering the beautiful counties of Scotland, we are your heat pump experts.
Heat Pump Installer: Angus
We are excited to be involved with properties in the county of Angus. We understand that there any many self-builders and homeowners interested in a more sustainable form of heating. Our expertise within the industry means that we can provide you with a professional end-to-end service. A lot of our team have first-hand experience living with heat pumps and are here to guide you every step of the way.
New build and renovation
We offer turnkey solutions to simplify project management. Our in-house engineering team provide a hassle-free single point of responsibility, minimise energy costs, maximise financial incentives, and help with full system handover and ongoing support.
Switching to heat pumps
We provide a full end-to-end service for property owners switching to heat pumps. With 240 years of experience between us, your heating upgrade is sure to be seamless. We help you choose a heat pump that will save money and reduce carbon emissions.
We provide a cost-efficient annual service and fault call and repair service Ground Source Heat Pumps and Air Source Heat Pumps. Our experienced qualified engineers will ensure the optimum healthy operation of yours or your client’s renewable heat system.
We offer a nationwide turnkey heat pump installation service, providing long-term value and peace of mind for everyone involved. If you’re an architect, developer, landowner, builder, or consulting engineer – we’re here to cover your renewable heating needs.
Angus has such a variety in landscape, from countryside hills to sandy white beaches along the coastline. Like many other places in Scotland it is filled with beautiful historical landmarks. The population is reaching almost 117,000 , spread across the 7 burghs.
The county is a leader in food production and is known for its Aberdeen Angus, a Scottish breed of small beef cattle derived from the counties of Aberdeenshire and Angus. Food and drink is a key sector in Angus. 25% of Scottish soft fruit and 30% of the Scotland’s potatoes are grown Angus.
Although much of Angus’s energy comes from non-renewable resources, they are actively investigating ways to use alternative renewable options.