One of the UK's most popular TV property presenters has selected Heatrae Sadia's flagship Megaflo eco unvented cylinders for use at his London home as well as at his business premises
02 November 2011
Architect, writer and lecturer George Clarke has had a 170 litre Megaflo eco installed as part of a refurbishment of the basement at his Edwardian terrace-style family home in West London to create additional living space. The cylinder is providing plentiful supplies of hot water for the 120m2 basement extension which includes a guest bedroom and an en-suite bathroom featuring a powerful overhead shower and a hand shower. Also included is a kitchenette, a study area and additional family living space.
The second Megaflo, with 70 litre capacity, has been supplied to the offices of George Clarke + Partners architecture and design practice to provide hot water for washing and general kitchen use as well as for the showering facilities.
In addition, a 15kW Baxi Megaflo system boiler from Heatrae Sadia's sister company Baxi, has also been supplied and installed to provide heating to the property.
Star of TV property shows such as 'Build a New Life'. 'The Home Show', and 'Restoration Man'. George was also one of the key experts taking part in this years Ideal Home Exhibition.
George Clarke + Partners has a reputation for innovative design and clear and inventive architectural concepts.
Jon Cockburn, Head of Marketing for Heatrae Sadia, said: "We're delighted that such a high profile architect as George Clarke has selected Megaflo for use at his home and at his work premises. Megaflo eco has been designed against stringent objectives to achieve the ultimate in quality and performance and provide the best possible product for the customer. As part of the development process, we have paid particular attention to heat loss levels and believe this is key to providing efficient operation. The last version of Megaflo eco loses almost 30 percent less heat than the previous model and this has been achieved by using thermal imagery testing to ensure maximum insulation efficiency."
Engineered in Britain.