Residential Case Studies
This stone built lodge house was originally part of large estate and has been extensively developed over the last 40 years. The addition of a 1980’s built extension and large conservatory brought unique challenges to the design, specification and installation renewable technologies. Being off the gas grid the property had been heated by oil fired boilers and as part of a major renovation the clients wished to reduce their carbon footprint and embrace renewable technologies. After an extensive survey of the property and consultation with the clients a comprehensive upgrade was agreed upon.
For this property we installed air source heat pumps, solar panels and PV battery storage and a car charging port.
This new build executive home is situated in a village off the gas grid. The existing heating system was oil and the clients were concerned about a rise in their bills due to adding a swimming pool to the property, and the costs for maintaining this while heating the house. As there was a large field attached to the property the most cost effective method was to install horizontal ground loops in a trench system linked to a ground source heat pump. The field was also used to site a 12 KW solar array connected to a battery storage unit to provide additional carbon free electricity.
For this property we installed ground source heat pumps, solar panels and PV battery storage and underfloor heating.
We were approached by a construction company to design and install a heating system which had to be off-gas grid for this new build property. The client wanted to reduce their carbon footprint while installing underfloor heating to the property. After an extensive survey of the property, our engineers decided the best solution would be to install air source heat pumps to the property as well as solar panels and PV battery storage to reduce electricity costs and provide additional carbon free electricity.
For this property we installed air source heat pumps, solar panels and PV battery storage and underfloor heating on both floors.
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