EEC Home Improvements has recently celebrated their 28th anniversary. Their experience in the renewables market has led to regional Installer of the Year and Energy Efficiency awards and along with a 5* Google rating points to a company with excellent customer service and technical knowledge.
These awards recognise the efforts of fully qualified installers who provide excellent customer service and demonstrate a high standard of quality workmanship or best practice within their local community.
EEC will strive to get you the right price for a top-quality brand, as we only install the highest quality equipment to achieve the maximum return on your investment. With this comes long standing guarantees to protect your investment for the future. We want to take care of all our customers and will carry out your installation knowing we are responsible for your warranties for years to come.
We supply and install many solutions for your home including many types of renewable energy solutions:
Air source heat pumps are an excellent alternative to fossil fuels currently used today. We offer the very latest in technology when it comes to heat pumps. We offer a tailor-made solution for your home, where we will carry out a full survey of your home to ensure you get the right system for your home and your needs, to ensure you stay warm and worry free.
Employing over 100 staff out in the field and the office, which is based in Southport, we offer installations on a national scale.
We have thousands of satisfied customers, as you will see from our 5-star reviews. Which has given them total peace of mind when it comes to choosing the right company for any work required. We have carried out many installations over the years including Lloyds Bank Fidentia House in London.
EEC Home Improvements is based in Southport and serves England and Wales
* - EEC Home Improvements: MCS Details
MCS Certificate Number: NIC 1040
Date Certified: 21/08/2013
Technologies: Solar Photovoltaics, Biomass, Solar Thermal
MCS Information checked: 26/04/2019
You should verify up to date accreditation (e.g. MCS, Gas Safe etc) for both installer and product before you go ahead.