Did you know that regularly servicing your biomass boiler can earn you money?

Biomass boilers, just like any other kind of boiler, do require servicing from time to time. Servicing prevents future faults, maintains the integrity of your boiler and improves efficiency.

This is true for just about any type of boiler you may have, including gas or oil.

 

Why would servicing my biomass boiler earn me money?

Biomass, as a renewable and sustainable fuel source, is able to qualify for government incentive schemes. As with many green energy options, it is keenly encouraged and thus, users can apply for grants and repayment schemes.

Biomass itself qualifies most commonly for the UK Governments RHI (renewable heat incentive) scheme. The RHI scheme actively pays biomass users per kWh of heat their biomass boiler produces.

If you have a particularly large heating requirement, such as a farm building, a warehouse, a hotel, a zoo or other sizable off-gas-grid location biomass can be an extremely viable and commercially sensible option for your business.

Therefore, as explained above, regularly servicing your boiler will improve its efficiency and thus its energy output.

This means that it’ll produce more kWh’s of heat and you’ll earn more money from the RHI scheme as a direct result.

 

How do I arrange a service?

If your biomass boiler hasn’t been looked at by an engineer for some time or perhaps has never had a service, contact Innasol today and we’ll be more than happy to discuss the process with you and get something organised.

Though we specialise in ETA biomass boilers we can give advice and guidance on most types of biomass boiler, as well as point you in the right direction of a local supplier who will be able to help.

If you’re using an ETA boiler then we are the UK exclusive distributors and are experts in their use, installation and maintenance.

Contact us today to discuss servicing your biomass boiler!

 

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