Symington Building in Market Harborough gets new modern heating solution

Originally opened in 1983 and set in the historic Leicestershire town of Market Harborough the Symington Building houses the local library, town museum and Harborough District Council offices.

However, over the past few years, the building had become not fit for purpose, so local authorities decided that a complete refurbishment of the site was necessary, a news report in the local media suggests. This upgrade included relocating and extending the building as well as replacing the entire heating system.

Since the original single glazing of the building was retained, the required heat output was very high, so the local authority decided to go for the Low Surface Temperature (LST) heating solutions from Jaga, capable of providing powerful outputs in compact sizes. Close to 200 radiators were placed throughout the building.

Given the sheer size of the Symington Building and its diverse range of uses, it’s becoming quite clear that the implementation of an efficient solution designed to create specific heating zones for various parts of the site should also be a priority, and this is exactly where the Heat-Save wireless thermostatic radiato valves could really come in handy.

The HeatSave TRVs are designed to work with an extensive range of radiators and enable users to precisely control the activity of every single radiator in their home, and perfectly program it in order to match their own schedule and living habits.

The HeatSave software, designed to run on any Windows™ PC, enable users to set specific functioning times for each valve. Since radiators are individually controlled, the HeatSave valves enable users to maximise the zoning potential and reduce energy consumption in those areas that are not used for longer periods of time (as for example, dining or sitting rooms and kitchens during the night, etc.).

Additionally, the HeatSave wireless thermostatic radiator valves also provide an automatic exercising feature when unused for 7 days, whose purpose is to minimise seizing of radiator valves in warmer months.

All in all, the HeatSave TRVs enable users to achieve some pretty impressive savings, as they will help reduce your heating bills by up to 30%.

If you want to find out more about the HeatSave wireless thermostatic radiator valves, our team is eagerly waiting to answer all of your questions.