Hamworthy site surveys show cost-saving scope

Hamworthy Heating offers bespoke site surveys to help identify a client’s needs and ensure the recommendation of the most suitable boilers, water heaters or renewable-energy products. By conducting such site surveys, Hamworthy is taking a proactive approach to understand the demands faced by clients today.

Keith Thompson, sales and marketing director, explains, ‘The spotlight is often on the plant acquisition cost, but we can demonstrate cost savings during our site survey that will benefit the customer in the rolled-up project cost. For example, identifying factors which might otherwise have been missed or forgotten will eliminate the necessity for re-work on site, which is both costly and time consuming and which often leads to delays in completion, something which in itself might incur financial penalties.

The site survey includes checks to all aspects of a plant room, covering everything from access and existing plant efficiency to advice on compliance of heating and hot-water equipment with current legislation.

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