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19th-century coaching inn is modernised to offer comfort that exceeds guests expectations.
Hybrid heating system offers the best of both worlds.
Mr and Mrs Fox New Build
New-build uses QUHZ Ecodan CO2 air source heat pump.
Eco-friendly Bungalow, Scotland
Grade II listed property benefits from Ecodan cascade.
Family Home Renovation, Hertfordshire
Air conditioning systems bring cooling comfort to a stylish home renovation.
North East Homeless
The transformation of a disused industrial unit to provide as base for North East Homeless with a cafe to provide a long term revenue stream to support the charity.
Clarendon Homes, Maidstone
Clarendon Homes have established a reputation for providing high-quality, unique homes in the most picturesque and sought-after locations. It was decided that all 14 houses would be fitted with Mitsubishi Electric's Ecodan Air Source Heat Pumps which would massively cut the dwellings carbon emissions produced by the homes heating and hot water demands.
When GreenGenUK embarked on this small self-build development, they had a few considerations to make on how they would heat these new builds near Praa Sands. The challenges faced were the location of the properties which is an off gas grid area on the edge of the coastline close to the sea. Meaning any heating system needed to be able to cope with the aggressive coastal environment.
New build homes, Hertfordshire
When looking at the energy performance of the whole building, the fabric was the first approach taken, however, a heating system such as Ecodan’s air source heat pump was ideal for meeting the planning regulations and delivering reliable, eco friendly, sustainable heating all year round.
5 Bed Detached Northumberland
A 14kW Ecodan air source heat pump was installed to the property, saving the family around £520 a year as the system harvests eco friendly, green free energy from the outside air to provide central heating and hot water for significantly lower costs.
Buchan Country Park
West Sussex county Council required an environmentally friendly system to heat and provide hot water to the centre – replacing the existing LPG boilers as well as the electric heaters, water heaters and log burning stoves in two pre-1900s park ranger cottages.