Benefits to housing associations

A range of products that meets essential requirements

We have a range of heating and ventilation equipment that meets the essential requirements of new and existing homes, no matter what their size or age. This includes in-built innovation and reliability, providing a comfortable environment and helping tenants reduce running costs, whilst you lower carbon emissions and improve your housing stock.

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A focus on understanding the key housing challenges

We have a range of documents to help installers, Housing Associations, landlords, and tenants understand the housing challenges ahead. We also have an online blog site called The Hub where the key housing issues are discussed by industry experts including external editors of major housing magazines.

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We strive to ensure optimum performance of equipment

We have recommended service and maintenance plans in order to ensure optimum efficiency and operation of equipment throughout its lifecycle. We also run courses to cover best practice for maintenance contractors.

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Dedicated interfaces for efficient control

We have dedicated controllers designed for energy efficient control of our heating and ventilation systems. For our market-leading, Ecodan range we have MELCloud control which enables you and your tenants to monitor their Ecodan system via their smartphone. MELCloud also provides you with advance reporting and monitoring and with an additional Metering, Monitoring and Servicing Package (MMSP) renewable heating systems can be eligible for additional payback incentives from the Government.

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Happy Customers

Seriously I can feel the difference, it’s miles better. The heat is retained and it is lovely and warm in the morning in the whole apartment.

St Vincent’s House

With energy costs on the rise, one of our top priorities was to develop homes that were fuel efficient to help our tenants avoid falling into the fuel poverty trap. We are also very aware of the effect that carbon emissions have on the environment, and as a Trust, we are also keen to reduce these emissions from our properties.

Housing Officer,
Peaks & Plains Housing Trust

We are strong believers in heat pumps as they provide low-cost continuous heat, benefiting both our tenants and our houses.

Herbridean Housing Partnership

Case Studies

Reducing Fuel Poverty

George Clarke visits ClwydAlyn, a leading housing association in Wales, to find out how they're using Mitsubishi Electric's Ecodan air source heat pumps to reduce fuel poverty and decarbonise their housing stock

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The Challenge

'The Salvation Army Housing Association (Saha) sought to upgrade the heating of homes in Essex to bring affordable warmth to residents whilst also reducing the carbon footprint of its housing stock'

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Low running Costs

'Residents 'bowled' over by cheaper bills thanks to the eco friendly renewable heating provided by the state of the art Ecodan heat pump installation.'

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System designed to cope with the dynamic heating loads

'The Ecodan CAHV units provide the trust with a communal heating system that also offers their tenants individual control over their own apartment so they can select their own internal temerature'

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Innovative Renewable Technologies

'The Key objectives for the renewable heating system was that the units had to be compact, quiet and energy efficient

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Solution To Tackle Fuel Poverty

'Fifteen homes at the site are now benefitting from energy efficient heating and reduced bills, thanks to the installation of Ecodan heat pumps from Mitsubishi Electric'

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