19A Mundesley Road
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Miller Installations Ltd is a family run business based in North Norfolk. Serving Norfolk with high quality plumbing, heating and renewable energy installations. We work with many builders throughout the county on new build projects and retrofit for homeowners and landlords. We are an honest business that prides itself on quality workmanship, reliability and customer service. Transparent pricing and sound communication is how we achieve our goals, which are to make sure the customer is completely satisfied before we leave. We have a fully qualified team of engineers and are fully insured.
Our background is a solid plumbing and heating business with an excellent reputation with many repeat customers. We aim to continue this reputation with our renewable energy services.
We have now opened our showroom in North Walsham
How we work
Company Type: Installer, Consultant,
Markets we work in: Community, Domestic, New build, Private sector, Public sector, Renovation, Retrofit,
Products we supply: Air Source heat pumps
Ground Source heat pumps
Energy efficiency measures
Under floor heating
Site visits and quotes: Site visits are free and can be made by appointment either by calling or email.
The showroom may also be visited for info.
After sales service: We guarantee all our work for 24 months. (MCS works)
We are also on the end of the phone for any questions you may have regarding your installation.
Need to know information
Date established: 2010
MCS certification: Yes
MCS Scheme Installer
MCS Number COR/485
Certified bodies: Corgi,
NB: to be certain that this information is up to date check on the MCS website before you go ahead.
Certified technologies: Heat pumps, Solar thermal,
Environmental policy? Yes
Accredited environmental management scheme? None
Do you measure your company's carbon footprint? No
Trade Bodies: Corgi,
Other certification schemes: BPEC Solar Hot Water Certification, Gas Safe, RECC (Renewable Energy Consumer Code),
Last recommended on: Dec 16th 2011 by plumjam