Heatflow Johnson and Starley Warm Air Central Heating Specialists

Established in 1972 as a family business by husband and wife Paddy and Lynne Nolan the business very quickly gained a reputation for a friendly, reliable quality service in all aspects of plumbing specializing in Warm Air Heating systems.

The business has been taken over now and is run by son Russell who is proud to maintain the high standards set over the last 25 + years by his parents. Also, whilst the business has grown in size it is important to say that Russell likes to keep the “family” feel to the business.

HeatFlow have established a close relationship with manufacturers Johnson and Starley and provide a full installation and repair services for warm air heating systems.

No matter what changes you need from your warm air system HeatFlow can help, we offer:

  • Domestic or Industrial warm air heating systems installed or repaired
  • Free Quotations – usually within 5 working days
  • No Deposit required – payment terms within 12 days of installation.
  • Part P electrical certification approved
  • Made to Order Ducting if required
  • Radiators if needed can be installed into warm air heaters and gas water heaters

You may wonder why HeatFlow specialize in warm air heating systems here are a few of the reasons:

Lower running costs

Modern air heaters are now designed with control systems that are intelligent, they will monitor the control of the appliance ensuring the most efficient operation. Field trials have proven savings up to 18% on running costs.

Cleaner operation and environment

Starley and Johnson offer Cleanflow electronic filtration units as an option which means that all of the air in your house can be electronically cleaned, up to 6 times per hour. The filter in these units can remove 95% of all airborne particles down to 1 micron [tobacco smoke = 1 micron, pollen = 100 microns approx.] Can your house benefit from a cleaner home environment? We believe that this is beneficial for many allergy sufferers, hay fever sufferers and those with respiratory complaints.

Warm all rooms

Where the existing ductwork cannot be extended or installed and warm air cannot be supplied to certain rooms, radiators can be installed and supplied with the heat from the integral hot water circulator (an option with most modern heaters).