Liberty Place is a flagship development by David Wilson Homes in Warrington, Cheshire, comprising one and two bedroomed apartments aimed at first time buyers and downsizers. Vortice was approached to assist in the design and specification of energy efficient ventilation systems for this prestigious development and worked alongside Warrington’s Thomson Electrical to train their team in best practice for these heat recovery unit installations.
The result has been excellent, with optimum system design followed by installation and commissioning excellence; this development is ideally placed to achieve the very best results and provide healthy, fresh air for its occupants.
Thomson Electrical Contracts Director Martin Lenihan said:
“This is just one example of a project where a close working relationship with the manufacturer, the developer and the installation team has reaped dividends. The new residents will also be provided with an information pack to ensure that their ventilation system works at its optimum levels for many years to come.”
Vortice runs regular BPEC training courses aimed at installers from its Burton on Trent showroom. This investment in training and education has been proven to be incredibly effective in ensuring that installation teams have no problems on site when installing and commissioning what are technologically advanced heat recovery systems.
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