Founded more than 40 years ago and based in Woking, Surrey, BTU Poolservices is one of the foremost swimming pool design, construction, repair, refurbishment and maintenance specialists serving London and the South East.
With a broad portfolio of clients, their extensive knowledge and expertise means that BTU Poolservices can service swimming pools and spas regardless of size and location.
“We are obsessed with swimming pools,” declares BTU Poolservices’ managing director, Norman MacMillan. “Our dedication to fast, efficient and cost-effective project delivery; whether it is a simple service or repair or a major refurbishment project, means we are the first choice for many projects large and small in the South East.
“We aim to work in partnership with our clients, other suppliers and contractors to achieve the best possible execution for every job,” adds Norman. “It is testament to our dedication and the quality of our work that so many invite us back to maintain the facility.”
Some recent commercial projects include a complex refurbishment at the high profile Wentworth Club; the installation of a hydrogen fuel cell plant at Woking Leisure Centre and upgrades, refurbishments and maintenance at a plethora of schools, leisure centres and spas.
BTU are particularly proud of some recent projects that they undertook at the Wentworth Club in Surrey. The first involved a complicated series of repairs and upgrades to their indoor pool complex including replacement of the pool water heat exchanger and air-handling unit, plus the water conditioning plant. At a later date, in the outdoor pool BTU installed a stateof- the-art commercial dosing system which has increased performance reliability, safety and cost savings.
When it comes to caring for the environment, BTU Pools are also at the forefront of design and installation of energy efficient solutions. They installed the first hydrogen fuel cell plant in the UK for Woking Leisure Centre. Primarily designed to provide heat to the pool, the system used excess heat to power the centre’s air conditioning unit via heat fired absorption cooling. Surplus electricity generated from the centre is exported to the council’s shelter housing schemes. This installation saved the centre significant sums on energy costs and significantly reduced carbon emissions.
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