Warm-air Heating Systems are an approved Green Deal and ECO measure under the Building Services Mechanical category.
What are Warm-air Heating Systems?
Most properties in the UK are heated by a boiler and radiators; however there are lots of houses which use warm air central heating. Air Conditioning Units are quite similar to Warm Air Units as they blow air around ductwork and out again through grilles or vents throughout a property. The air is heated usually, using a gas burner and it is controlled by a room thermostat and a time switch.
Replacement Warm Air Heating Units are also a measure under Core 1 of the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund where homeowners can recoup 100% of the installation cost of Condensing Gas Boilers up to £1,000 along with £100 for the Green Deal Assessment and another £500 if they have recently moved home.