We’re not called Clarity for nothing

Hard waterfrozen oilcarbon monoxide – a lot can go wrong with heating systems and it can even be fatal. So getting anything less than the best heating engineers isn’t an option.

This is on Clarity Heating’s mind during every safety checkboiler serviceheating installation and more. This is why we are proud to go above and beyond the competition in some distinct ways.


Clarity Heating is part of the government registration bodies Gas Safe, Electric Safe and Oftec, as well as certification service NAPIT to achieve more than the minimum in safety standards.

This is in addition to being a Which? Trusted Trader and registered with TrustMark – the government-endorsed quality scheme – to guarantee top consumer experiences.


Clarity has to do something special to gain such certifications and it all begins with experience. We believe understanding an entire heating system – not just one or two areas – is vital. This is reinforced by members like our MD and Founder Vince Rudgewick, who has over 23 years’ experience in the heating industry, and Technical Advisor Paul Chapman with his three decades in engineering.

This means Clarity won’t ever offer, supply or install a product until they’ve fully researched and trained for it. We highly recommend the brand Viessmann, for example, which our engineers believe produce some of the most reliable and efficient boilers on the market.


There are more energy choices than ever before and Clarity Heating is always ready to meet the demand as a Renewable Energy Consumer Code member and Microgeneration Certification Scheme Installer.


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