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Rapid Energy enters the UK HVAC hire market

Rapid Energy, a new privately owned company, has entered the UK HVAC hire market. Initially the business will be providing packaged boilers and mobile electric boilers for hire, however, there is a strong desire from the company directors to eventually expand into other sources of temporary energy such as chillers, air conditioning and power generators.

Rapid Energy positions itself as a critical asset hire partner to businesses. The company’s primary objective is to specify, design and build highly efficient and reliable HVAC hire equipment. Speed and reliability has been ingrained into the company’s ethos and values and has been identified as key requirements of its customers.

New and existing customers of Rapid Energy can also benefit from the company’s disaster recovery plan options. Providing complete peace of mind for businesses that need to further mitigate downtime of heating and hot water to their facility.

Features and benefits of Rapid Energy’s service includes:

  • New Equipment
  • Available 24/7/365
  • Fuel Management and Remote Monitoring
  • HVO, Diesel Oil, Gas and Electric
  • Rapid Response
  • Disaster Recovery Plans
  • Experienced Engineers
  • Fully Accredited and Insured
  • Emergency and Planned Hire
  • Nationwide Delivery

Jamie Ross-Davies, Managing Director said: “As a new company, we have an opportunity to take stock on what’s already available on the market today and improve on it.

“We listened carefully to potential customers during the startup phase and we decided very early on to invest as much time, resource and money as possible to help improve on what already exists. Not just with equipment and technology but also on service performance and customer communication too. It’s key for our customers and for the success of our business.

“Collectively, all the directors are incredibly ambitious and excited about the future of Rapid Energy. We plan to diversify our fleet of HVAC equipment as soon as possible, as well as expanding into other territories, outside of the UK.”

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