With the launch of the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme finally becoming a reality, Jaga's Managing Director, Phil Marris, discusses the new challenge now facing the HVAC industry.
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Future Constructor and Architect Magazine has featured our P&A Wood case study in this month's issue and online! To check it out, click here read more
Achieving not only the technical requirements , but aesthetically, identifying perfectly with the clean-cut image of the Rolls-Royce Motor Car brand, Jaga has worked closely with the company to provide bespoke, sophisticated and powerful heating to its new showroom.
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Local Authority Building and Maintenance magazine this month featured our article regarding safe heating in retirement villages, showcasing our Hagley Road case study!
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Jaga's all new Freedom radiator is here!
As the latest addition to Jaga's 'Top Performers,' the Freedom is super-efficient in combination with any energy source. It is the perfect solution for use with heat pumps and other low water temperature heating systems. It's compact and elegant, freestanding design offers powerful heating that can integrate into any interior design concept. Additionally, the Freedom's hybrid technology means it can also meet your heating and cooling requirements!
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Heating & Plumbing Monthly magazine has featured our Symington Building case study on its website! Click here to check it out read more
Our case study highlighting Jaga's involvement in the £5.7m Symington Building refurbishment has been featured in this month's Refurb & Renew magazine! See the full feature, page 42-43
To create a more modern work space for its council offices, as well as improve its library and museum services, the Symington Building in Market Harborough recently underwent a £5.7m complete refurbishment.
This upgrade included relocating and extending the building as well as replacing the entire heating system. Jaga worked closely with Derry Building Services to offer energy-efficient and safe heating solutions, that conformed perfectly with the aesthetic restrictions of the project.
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Jaga HQ in Belgium have again defied the boundaries of the heating world, with its unveiling of the 'largest radiator in the world'; The Jaga Cage. The cage represents the domestication of today's world and the challenge of living in harmony with nature - rather than trying to control it.
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The shell of the 1932 built Grand Pavilion has stood the test of time remarkably well, however other later additions such as the installation of modern stage lighting have had more adverse effects on the interior of the pavilion. In particular Bridgend Borough Council found the upstairs area of the main auditorium which seats 643 people had begun overheating, resulting in the audience having to watch shows in a stuffy and uncomfortable atmosphere.
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