Daniel Cooper, a director at Cooper and Roman Property Investments, expressed the company's dedication to using sustainable technologies in their properties. This move is not just about cost-cutting on their end, but also to provide cost savings for future property owners due to rising energy bills. They recently worked with iHelios on a three-story building project.
iHelios was commendable for their flexible approach, working floor by floor. Cooper appreciates the under-floor installation of the technology which allows maximum usage of floor space without being restrictive in interior decoration. Unlike traditional heating methods, iHelios operates on a zone-based system. This means that if there's a problem in one room, it doesn't affect the rest of the property. Daniel's long-term vision is to fully integrate such sustainable technologies and aims for the company to build 100 sustainable homes in the future.
When one tenant's heating system failed in a residential complex, it was observed that it usually indicated simultaneous failures for multiple tenants. This posed a significant inconvenience, especially during Hull's cold months.
To address the heating challenge, a decision was made to implement Radiant Heating - a solution characterized by its zone-based function. This ensures that even if one zone encounters a problem, others remain unaffected, providing uninterrupted warmth to residents.
iHelios, in tandem with Cooper and Roman, delved into the heart of the heating issue. By adopting a hands-on, collaborative approach, we ensured the seamless integration of the radiant heating system, delivering consistent warmth and tranquillity to every home in Hull.