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MIKROFILL AT WATERMOOR HOUSE

Watermoor House was originally built in 1825 as a private residence by the well known architect of the day, William Jay. It was later converted into a residential home for older people in 1949 and was given an English Heritage Grade 2 listing in 1971.

The original heating and hot water systems were run separately but have now been reconfigured to run from a central plantroom. A new Mikrofill Ethos condensing boiler coupled with 2No Rapide Extreme hot water loading cylinders provides a healthier operating system for the residents and a more fuel efficient plant for the owners.

The new mechanical installation was carried out by long standing contractor P&R Heating from Stonehouse in Gloucester.

This beautiful building occupies a prime site in the centre of Cirencester and is home to over 30 residents now enjoying the benefits of Mikrofill equipment.

For more information on these and other Mikrofill products please contact the sales team on 08452 606020 or visit www.mikrofill.com

 
 

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