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Vital Energi

Heating and cooling networks



A system of pre-insulated underground pipes designed to circulate hot and cold water from a centralised source to a public, commercial or residential building directly to the end user.


Vital Energi excel in the design and installation of cooling and heating systems. We've built an enviable reputation based on the expertise of our staff and our commitment to quality and service.

Senior employees at Vital Energi have been involved in community heating and cooling for over 25 years and many helped develop systems in cities like Nottingham, Sheffield, Leicester, Manchester and various parts of London during the 1980s and 1990s.

In fact, their catalogue of work represents approximately 70 per cent of all the community heating and cooling pipework installed in the UK.


We're unique in the market in that we stand by our products and service by offering long term service and warranty agreements from five to 25 years.

Our reputation has been built upon excellent service and delivering high quality projects that represent value for money.

We take care in specifying products that serve the customer most effectively over the whole life cycle of the project, while significant investment in specialist equipment and training also help to ensure the longest possible lifetime for an installation.

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