Local renewable energy engineer who can quickly and easily install a ground mounted solar thermal system and harvest rain water for your property.

No job too small, topping up antifreeze in the water of your ground source heat pump or servicing a biomass boiler. Or too big, installing a new solar thermal system and converting downstairs conventional radiator heating system to an underfloor heating system.

Domestic renewable energy engineer services include;

Solar thermal

  • solar PV, converting energy from sunlight into electricity
  • solar thermal, converting energy from sunlight into heating water

Heat pumps

  • Air source heat pumps, absorb heat from outside air
  • Ground source heat pumps, they extract heat from the earth

Heating systems

  • biomass boilers, an eco-friendly boiler as they burn wood pellets, chips or logs
  • underfloor heating, more energy efficient than radiators as it warms people and objects rather than air

Rain water harvesting

  • storage tank (above or below ground) to collect rain water to use in gardens, toilets, washing machines
  • pump, circulates the water from tank to desired location
  • filter, prevents water becoming stagnant, discoloured and smelly
  • siphon, skims small particles of dirt off the surface keeping water clean

So, if you need a renewable energy engineer to service or repair something in your home HaMuch has thousands of friendly, Gas Safe registered professionals ready to help with your LG energy solar thermal panels service, get the Vaillant ground source heat pump recirculating and set up an efficient rain water harvesting system for you.

Do I need to hire a local 'renewable energy specialist'?

If you have, or would like to have installed, a central heating system that runs on alternative energy, then a local renewable heating systems specialist is the right person to call. Lots of homes are switching to renewable energy systems, because they are more cost-effective and eco-friendly than traditional gas, oil or combi systems and can help to reduce our carbon footprint.

A central heating system that runs on renewable energy sources will need to be installed, certified and maintained by a specialist renewable energy installer, someone who is fully trained in the type of system you would like fitted, whether that’s a solar thermal system, a solar photovoltaic system, pellet heating or something else entirely. HaMuch can help you find the perfect person for the job.

What does a renewable energy and resources specialist near you do?

An alternative energies specialist will:

  • Renewable heating installation: An engineer can take care of the installation of solar panels, photovoltaic panels, pellet heating systems and ground/air heat pumps for your home.
  • Repair equipment or appliances: Just like anything, renewable systems can break down. A specialist will be able to repair your electrical equipment on-site. For a more extensive job, they may be able to take the faulty units away and carry out the work in their workshop.
  • Cleaning and maintenance: Each alternative energy technology requires a different level of maintenance. A renewable energy and resource specialist can discuss this with you as part of the project schedule.
  • Advice, design, and planning: Are you redesigning or constructing the external layout of your home? If so, a renewable energy specialist can also support the installation of brand new renewable heating systems, as well as advising on additional systems like rainwater harvesting, helping to get your home running at peak efficiency,

How to find a renewable energy company near you?

HaMuch makes it super easy to find local renewable energy specialists in your area. To find a specialist near you, follow our simple three-step process:

  1. Post your job: Find your location, either by typing in your postcode or town, or selecting from our extensive list of regions, counties and cities in the UK. We ask you to select your maximum budget, so that you never pay more than what you can afford. Post the details of your job and we’ll match you with tradesmen in your area who are qualified and experienced to do the work.
  2. Get quotes: We’ll send your job listing to heating engineers in your area. We’ll notify you via text when three tradesmen have expressed interest in your job.
  3. Select your tradesman: Review the profiles and experience of the tradesmen interested in working with you. You can use HaMuch to read customer reviews from people just like you, compare rates and see how close they are to you. You can even communicate with tradesmen to discuss the work before making your decision — you’re in complete control!

Our search tools are designed to help you find a tradesman that best suits your needs, budget and location.

HaMuch makes it easy to find the right renewable energy specialist for the job. You can also find an extensive list of local heating engineers and local electricians on our site.

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What is a Solar Thermal?

Solar Thermal is similar to Solar Energy / PV but instead of converting energy to electricity, solar thermal converts into heat, heating up water for domestic taps and central heating.  The ‘collectors’ (commonly known as panels) are positioned on the roof and work in cold climate, overcast and windy weather.

How to choose a Solar Thermal?

Two main types of panels are Flat-Plate Collectors (better for summer as don’t risk overheating) or Evacuated Tube Collectors (more efficient for colder climates). Before investing check on the amount of light the collector receives and how much of that can be converted to heat. Take note of the durability as a lot of brands offer up to a 25yr warranty.

Which Solar Thermal is the best?

Vaillant AuroTherm 145V 1 panel in roof portrait solar pack

Vaillant AuroTherm 145V 1 panel in roof portrait solar pack

  • Flat plate solar thermal collectors
  • 2mm toughened safety glass and 40m of rear insulation
  • Increased efficiency
  • Special anti reflective coating further improving the efficiency of the panel
  • 10 year guarantee

What is a Heat Pumps (Air)?

An Air Source Heat Pump is set up outside and relies on drawing heat from the air, heating a liquid, then the pump compresses the liquid to increase its temperature, condensing back into a liquid releasing stored heat which is then used to heat the central heating water or domestic water.

How to choose a Heat Pumps (Air)?

Air Heat Pumps work best with a well insulated home and a home with underfloor heating. If a radiator system, ensure you have large radiators because the heat generated is less than heat from a conventional boiler so a wider surface is needed to reach a comfortable temperature in the home.

Which Heat Pumps (Air) is the best?

Samsung Premium Air Source Heat Pump

Samsung Premium Air Source Heat Pump

  • Quiet operation (50db(A) at 1 metre)
  • Internal MIM Control Kit significantly reduces electrical works required
  • Market leading calculation software (built to BSEN12831) available
  • Lightweight construction ensuring many mounting options
  • Flexible installation ethos with ability to incorporate many different fuel sources

What is a Heat Pumps (Ground)?

A Ground Source Heat Pump is buried into the ground where underground temperatures remain constant year round because the earth absorbs energy from the sun. The ground source pump then absorbs the energy from the earth and transports it to your home.

How to choose a Heat Pumps (Ground)?

Ground Source Pumps come as either an Open Loop System (extracts groundwater which passes through a heat pump capturing heat) or a Closed Loop System (drawing in heat from the ground to a circuit of piping connected to the indoor heat pump). Closed Loop Systems have an option of being laid horizontal or a more expensive but less space needed, vertical option.

Which Heat Pumps (Ground) is the best?

Warmflow GSHP ground source variable speed heat pump 2.5-10kW

Warmflow GSHP ground source variable speed heat pump 2.5-10kW

  • Variable outputs of up to 10kW and 18kW
  • Variable Speed Compressor
  • 508% Efficient
  • 65° Hot Water
  • Up to 18kW on single phase

What is a Rain Water Harvesting?

Rain Water Harvesting is collecting and storing water that would normally be lost flowing down the gutters draining away into the ground. Storing rain water can be used to water the garden, clean patios and cars as well as pumped indoors to flush toilets and used in washing machines.

How to choose a Rain Water Harvesting?

Choose a tank size suitable for the amount of people in the home. Check if the roof of your home is suitable for collecting water and if you have trees near any gutters, fit leaf guards. Important for the tank to have a one-way flow to prevent a back flow of water. High quality filters ensure as much debris as possible is removed. Have an automatic system to switch to mains water when the rainwater runs low.

Which Rain Water Harvesting is the best?


Heating Engineer: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK

Heating Engineer: Average Hourly and Daily Rates in the UK (excluding VAT or callout charges)
Location in UKHourly RateDaily Rate
Heating Engineer near London£55£284
Heating Engineer near Birmingham£38£231
Heating Engineer near Leeds£36£221
Heating Engineer near Glasgow£40£263
Heating Engineer near Sheffield£35£235
Heating Engineer near Bradford£37£229
Heating Engineer near Liverpool£39£233
Heating Engineer near Edinburgh£40£250
Heating Engineer near Manchester£38£235
Heating Engineer near Bristol£38£250

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Recent jobs posted for renewable energy & resources

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Install new heat pump

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Ground source heating not working properly. In need of diagnosis, repair and service. Bosch Thermoteknik - IVT Green line HE C11 (Single Phase)

Service my air to water heat pump

Heating/water need to be turned on

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