Welcome to BSH
Offering efficient and effective heating and cooling systems across Northern Ireland, BSH delivers the complete service – from design and planning through to manufacture, installation and dedicated after sales support to meet all your heating and cooling requirements.

With over 40 years of engineering expertise, BSH has led the field designing, developing and installing cutting-edge technologies to ensure that our customers have most efficient and advanced heating and cooling systems.

We are committed to helping reduce carbon emissions across the UK through promoting renewable energy and assisting our clients to tap into the government funded Renewable Heat Incentive and receive up to 20 years’ free heating.

Our expertise includes the innovative use of biomass systems, but we can also work with you to develop a hybrid system that works in conjunction with your existing gas or oil boiler system to achieve maximum efficiency.

Our case studies, key services and product pages will show you how we work in partnership with customers to meet their needs.

For a FREE consultation and survey call now +44 (0)28 9073 2233

The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) Ireland Region announced the winners of their 2014 Recognition Awards, supported by VickerStock Engineering Recruitment, in front of over two hundred and fifty Facilities Management professionals at the largest annual BIFM Ireland Region Conference to date. BSH FM Project of the Year BS Holdings – Going Green at Charles Hurst.
Read more >

Leading heat engineering specialists BS Holdings look set to top off an award-winning year with the news that their innovative biomass heating and cooling system has been shortlisted for a prestigious UK industry award.
Read more >

BSH welcomes the long awaited Domestic RHI system to N Ireland.
Department of Enterprise Trade and Investment (DETI) have recently declared the long awaited Renenwable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme will commence later in 2014. In a surprise it will include an up-front payment of £2,500 and an ongoing 7 year payment of 5.6 pence / kwh of energy predicted by your dwellings EPC following 12 months after the initial payment.
Read more >