Meet the Clarity team

Vince Rudgewick, MD and Founder

Vince has a diverse 23 years’ experience in the heating industry. He began by working with solid fuel heating systems and progressed to domestic and commercial gas, LPG and oil installations in his career.

Mark Murfitt, Senior Engineer

Mark left school at 16 to train as an electrician at Eastern Electricity Cambridge. Many years later, we’re fortunate enough to have him as one of our most qualified heating engineers.

Paul Chapman, Technical Advisor

Paul has spent a whopping three decades in the engineering industry, making him one of Clarity Heating’s chief heating engineers.

Lee Patrick-Brown, Heating Engineer

Lee is a highly valued member of the team who has clocked 16 years in the industry and become qualified in natural gas, LPG and oil. He also has a wealth of knowledge in commercial plantrooms.

Gary Finn, Heating Engineer

Gary is Clarity Heating’s latest addition and brings with him a range of experiences, having served as an engineer in the armed forces before entering the heating industry.

Annette Day, Office Manager

Annette joined Clarity Heating four years ago with over 15 years’ experience in quality assurance. As the team leader and with a great eye for detail, she’s become an asset we can’t do without.

Marie Rudgewick, Office Administrator

Marie cut her administrative teeth working in the hospitality industry for over 30 years. She’s now a vital member of Clarity Heating who organises the company’s diary and ensures engineers have everything they need.

We’re not called Clarity for nothing
Clarity Heating provide a no-nonsense, customer friendly, responsible boiler installation and repair service. Read more about our principles in this blog post from our founder Vince Rudgewick.
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How hard water hampers heating
Hard water is a fact of life in Cambridgeshire and East Anglia. In fact, many residents will be all too familiar with its impact on their kettles. But when it affects boilers or heating systems, you can’t just grin and bear it. That’s because hard
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A guide to header and expansion tanks
In the lofts of houses or business premises which are served by an older or traditionally designed heating system you’ll find two tanks. The smaller of the two is known as the header or expansion tank. These tanks can come in slightly different shapes and
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