Powrmatic space heating is top gear for car showroom

As part of the renovation of a car showroom in Gwent, Powrmatic gas unit heaters provide the space heating and qualify for Enhanced Capital Allowances.
Space-saving, quiet and energy-efficient heating for a new car showroom at Caldicot in Gwent is provided by two Powrmatic NV suspended gas unit heaters. The NV50F heaters were supplied and installed by Heatwaves of Gloucester for the Thompson & Thompson showroom of this prestige Seat and Kia dealership. Gordon Davis, managing director of Heatwaves explains, ‘The showroom interior was completely renovated to the highest standards — and that included the heating system. The NV50s were ideal for the new showroom. Being wall-mounted, they have freed up valuable floor space. Furthermore, the client wanted the units painted white to blend in with the decor, and Powrmatic was happy to oblige.’ These heaters also qualify for Enhanced Capital Allowances, and Mr Davis comments, ‘At least two-thirds of my customers take advantage of this tax saving on NV heating systems.’
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