Who owns Heat Merchants Ireland?

Who owns Heat Merchants Ireland?

IRISH DIY businesses Heat Merchants and Tubs Tiles have been sold to Harleston, the owner of the Irish-based Hevac heating and plumbing supplies group, for an undisclosed sum. The businesses were part of BHT Group, which went into examinership on February 16th.

Who owns Hevac?

Heating, plumbing, tiling and bathroom businesses Heat Merchants, Tubs & Tiles and Hevac have been bought by Wolseley UK for an undisclosed sum. The three businesses combined have revenues of about €150m and employ over 400 people in 47 locations nationwide.

What do Heat Merchants do?

Heat Merchants supplies a comprehensive portfolio of heating, plumbing and renewable energy solutions for both domestic and commercial projects. Technical services include heating system design and specification, commissioning, ancillary certification, after-sale service and installer training.

What companies does Wolseley own?

Ferguson plc

Type Public limited company
Net income US$1,508 million (2021)
Number of employees 31,000 (2022)
Subsidiaries Ferguson Enterprises Wolseley Limited (formerly Wolseley plc) Company No. 00029846
Website www.fergusonplc.com

Who owns tubs and tiles?

Wolseley UK has announced the acquisition of heating, plumbing, tiling and bathroom businesses Heat Merchants, Tubs & Tiles, and Hevac Ltd.

Are heat pumps?

Heat pumps do not create heat. They redistribute heat from the air or ground and use a refrigerant that circulates between the indoor fan coil (air handler) unit and the outdoor compressor to transfer the heat. In cooling mode, a heat pump absorbs heat inside your home and releases it outdoors.

Can public buy from Wolseley?

Yes, you can.

Is Ferguson and Wolseley the same company?

On Monday, England-based Wolseley plc officially completed its company rebranding and name change to Ferguson, and is now under the direction of a new CEO.

Who owns Plumb Centre?

owner Wolseley
Shares in plumbing supplies firm Wolseley have dropped more than 12% after it cut its revenue forecasts.

How much does it cost to install a heat pump in Ireland?

For an average Irish home, an air source heat pump may cost about €12,000 – €18,000. This cost includes the equipment price and the installation fee.

Who bought the Wolsey?

Clayton, Dubilier & Rice
Ferguson plc has announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell Wolseley UK, its UK based heating and plumbing distribution business, to Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, a global private investment firm for net cash consideration of approximately £308 million.