Substantial savings on heating bills and hot water costs! Arete Property Services Ltd offer a range of Biomass Systems tailored to the various sizes and types of heating applications. But, what is Biomass?

  • Biomass is a renewable energy saving solution for both domestic and commercial heating and hot water
  • Biomass is biological material from living, or recently living organisms, most often referring to plants or plant-derived materials
  • Biomass fuels, such as wood pellets, chips and logs, are classed as 'carbon neutral' because they absorb as much carbon when they are growing as they release when they are burnt
Biomass is carbon neutral

PROBLEMS

  • High heating bills
  • High hot water costs
  • Ever increasing energy prices
  • Corporate responsibility

SOLUTION

  • Switch to Biomass with Arete Property Services Ltd
  • Free site survey, report and proposal
  • Install a suitable intelligent Biomass system
  • Finance options available with quick payback

RESULTS

  • Typical ROI 20-45% per year
  • 20 year Government guaranteed index linked income (RHI payment)
  • Typical payback 3-4 years
  • Substantial long term savings and investment
  • CO2 emission reduction of almost 60 tonnes per year
  • Go GREEN and help the environment
Biomass Fuel
Biomass Fuel
Biomass Fuel

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How Does Biomass Work?

The essence of a Biomass system is relatively simple, here's how it works:

  • Biomass is essentially about harnessing energy from organic/waste matter
  • Biomass produces heat via direct combustion
  • The combustion of biomass fuels produces carbon dioxide and water vapour
  • With energy from the sun, carbon dioxide and water are essential to the growth of new plants and biomass fuel
  • When burned, the chemical energy in biomass fuels is released as heat
  • The heat created is used to boil water and the steam energy used for power
How does Biomass work?

Biomass Explained

The following explains the mechanics of biomass and how it is a renewable and sustainable source of energy:

  • Biomass is a renewable energy source because the energy it contains comes directly from the sun
  • Through the process of photosynthesis, plants capture the sun's energy
  • When the plants are burnt, they release the sun's energy they contain
  • In this way, biomass functions as a sort of natural battery storing solar energy
  • As long as biomass is produced sustainably, with only as much used as is grown, the battery will last indefinitely
  • Biomass systems reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions
Biomass Explained