|Monday  ||09:00 - 17:00|
|Tuesday  ||09:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday  ||09:00 - 17:00|
|Thursday  ||09:00 - 17:00|
|Friday  ||09:00 - 17:00|
LRH Engineering provides expert advice on general building services engineering, low carbon and energy efficiency in Derry to both private and public clients.
We are consulting engineers in Derry with over 20 years experience and provide expert design and inspection for a full range mechanical and electrical systems including:
We are fully trained energy assessors and energy consultants in Derry and specialise in designing and installing renewable energy systems and energy efficient and low carbon solutions for all residential and commercial properties, including:
We provide services to a growing range of clients throughout the both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland and believe that is due to our ability to structure our fees so that both private and public clients can avail of our expertise.
We provide a comprehensive survey and reporting service for all existing residential and commercial properties, including condition surveys, schedules of dilapidations, energy efficiency surveys, planned preventative maintenance schedules, etc.
Our core business is the design and inspection of building services engineering systems.
We have experience in the implementation of all types of low and zero carbon systems including biomass heating systems, solar water heating systems, photovoltaic electric generation, wind electric generation, geo-thermal heat pumps, air source heat pumps, absorption heat pumps, etc.
We provide Energy Performance Certificates for all residential and commercial properties. EPCĂ˘â‚Źâ„˘s are a legal requirement for buildings at the point of construction, sale or rent.
We are building services consultants in Derry with over 20 years experience.
We are fully trained energy and low carbon assessors and consultants in Derry and as members of the CIBSE Low Carbon Consultants Scheme, we provide expert advice to help you and your property fulfil the requirements of current Building Regulations in relation to carbon emissions.