Providing energy-saving commercial heating solutions since 1935.


Remeha Commercial’s comprehensive range of heating systems offers you the most energy-efficient, sustainable and economical solution, whatever your requirement.

Remeha launched the first gas condensing boiler into the UK over 35 years ago and has continued to deliver high performance, ultra low NOx heating solutions ever since. With a reputation for quality, reliability and excellence, our easy-to-install, slimline product range delivers energy efficiencies that are second to none.

Remeha is committed to helping create a more sustainable future. By investing in the very best renewable technology, such as our biomass boilers range, we bring you low carbon solutions that deliver impressive results for a reduced footprint.

With a specialist team to advise you and quality maintenance and support backup, you can rely on Remeha.

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Heating that doesn’t cost the earth

Cutting energy bills and meeting environmental targets doesn't have to cost the earth. James Porter, Na...Read more

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Remeha boilers deliver £7,000 energy savings for Aspire Leisure Centre in six months

Remeha Quinta Pro boilers have been installed at the Aspire Leisure Centre in Stanmore, Middlesex, to raise the reli...Read more

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The bridge to decarbonisation

With calls for the Government to prioritise the decarbonisation of heating over the next decade, what will be ...Read more

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