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Within the wide range of our complete services we provide construction and building engineer planning, implementation, arranging permissions and technical delivery for all public utility suppliers. These services are for private houses, condominiums, office buildings, institutes and industrial buildings. Our projects come to deliverance with the necessary documents and guarantee in every single case.

Our activites:

Planning  and implementing of complete building engineering systems including Gas pipe system with copper pipes, Change of gas units, Renovation of out-of-date systems, Installing water metre permitted by authorities
Facility management for condominiums and institutes

We obtain permissions of special authorities and also prepare design dossiers with permit from utility suppliers. According to our Customers' needs we can collect and deliver all materials.

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Underfloor heating

Underfloor heating is invisible and maintenance free, with no space-consuming radiators. This heating system requires only low temperature hot water and is ideal for use with modern condensing boilers. With Underfloor Heating, comfort levels are high and running costs are low.
Underfloor heating from the whole floor area of the house gently warms the air above, eliminating cold spots. The warm air convects from the floor surface losing approximately 2 degrees centigrade at 2.0 meters above the floor, which makes the system ideal for all ceiling heights.
Although underfloor heating is generally less expensive to run than radiator heating and more comfortable, the floor covering needs to be compatible: a highly insulating floor covering (such as thick carpets or cork) can reduce the efficiency of underfloor heating to the point where a conversion to underfloor heating may not be practical.

Wall heating

Wall heating is another great way to heat a building.  It's also a really effective means of delivering cooling. Like underfloor heating, it saves space, turns walls into radiators and can link up with micro-renewable technologies.
Feeling completely confortable means being surrounded by warm surfaces - this is basic description of wall heating. Heating of large surfaces offers radiat heat in the entire room, as compared to conventional heating systes, which heat at one point. Wall heating is healthier, as the fluffs of air and dust; common with radiators; do not exist - reducing allergic reactions. Contrary to the prevailing opinion wall heating surfaces can be used for picture, racks etc - it does not effect your freedom to decorate your home as you would wish. This is due to the fact that the wall heating is normally laid on the exterior wall, leaving the interior walls free for decoration.

Wall heating systems work as floor heating systems with low flow temperatures and are therefore presdestinated for regenerative energy systems such as heat pumps, condensing boiler systems, solar energy, etc. These regenerative energy systems fulfil the requirements of the energy saving regulation to an extremely high degree.

Ceiling heating

Experts and homeowners agree that the evenly distributed warmth that radiant heating delivers to the entire room and the people within it is the most comfortable form of heating. Radiant heating doesn't intrude in your living space, it delivers comfort - silently and efficiently.
Ceiling heating system is extremely energy efficient and it radiates downwards, just like the sun because, contrary to popular belief, heat does not rise, but warm air does! This is an important difference. Stand in the sun and you'll feel warmed by its radiant energy - step back into shadow and you'll feel cold, despite being in the same air. Heat will always travel from a hot surface to a colder one.
Radiant heating systems are cheaper to run than traditional heating systems. When thermal infrared radiation is used to heat objects and people to 20C to 22C their personal heat comfort can be achieved with air temperatures of just 18C to 19C resulting in an energy saving of 18% to 24%.

Air cooling

Air cooling is a method of dissipating heat. It works by making the object to be cooled have a larger surface area or have an increased flow of air over its surface, or both.

Air Conditioning

Air cooling is a method of dissipating heat. It works by making the object to be cooled have a larger surface area or have an increased flow of air over its surface, or both.

Condensing boilers

Condensing boiler is a water heating device designed to recover energy normally discharged to the atmosphere through the flue. It can do this through the use of a secondary heat exchanger which most commonly uses residual heat in the flue gas to heat the cooler returning water stream or by having a primary heat exchanger with sufficient surface for condensing to easily take place.
In a condensing boiler working at peak efficiency, the water vapour produced by the burning fuel in the boiler is condensed back into liquid water. Provided the returning water is sufficiently cool, the steam condenses to liquid water, hence the name condensing boiler. Some of the extra efficiency of the condensing boiler is due to the cooling of the exhaust gases, but the majority of the energy recovered is from the condensation of the water vapour in the exhaust gases. This releases the latent heat of vaporisation of the water into the heat exchanger.
Condensing boilers are up to 50% more expensive to buy and install than conventional types, however the extra cost of installing a condensing boiler should be recovered in around 2-3 years.