Alternative Low Carbon Heating Solutions
We use tried and tested renewable energy sources and technologies to protect our environment and help you save money.
We help guide you through the funding that is available for renewables, such as the Green Homes Grant and the Renewable Heat Incentive to determine the Return on Investment for your project.
By planning, installing and providing the ongoing service of these technologies, we can achieve our objective of enhancing your energy efficiency and affording you significant savings.
Call us on 0800 433 7020 for a no obligation discussion around your requirements and options.
+ heat pumps
- Heat pumps provide a cost-effective alternative to oil, LPG, gas or electrical heating systems. They can be installed in almost any type of property.
- Heat pumps may be Air-Source or Ground Source. We can recommend which is right for you and your property.
- Heat pumps are classified as renewable because they generate up to four times more heat than the electrical energy they consume.
- Having been used in Europe for many years, heat pumps are a tried and tested technology.
- The heat pump technology ensures that heat is transferred into the heating and water system of the building.
- Heat pumps work well with underfloor heating.
- Funding towards heat pump installation may be available through the Green Homes Grant, or a quarterly payment given to you for 7 years through the Renewable Heat Incentive.
- In order to receive your Green Homes Grant, installation must be carried out by a TrustMark registered Installer with MCS Certification. PBT Installations fit this requirement.
+ Solar PV
- Solar PV is a system that generates electricity through the power of sunshine.
- A large proportion of your daylight electricity consumption can be provided by PV panels.
- Any unused solar electricity can be exported back to The Grid for which you will receive payment.
- Driven by advances in technology and increases in manufacturing scale, the cost of PV is continuously declining.
- Given our expertise, we can advise you on the best Solar PV solution for your property.
+ rainwater harvesting
- Saving rainwater to reuse elsewhere, known as rainwater harvesting is becoming a popular, ‘natural’ form of renewable energy.
- Usually collected in water butts and containers to reuse in the garden, rainwater harvesting has other uses if collected and stored correctly.
- With minimal treatment, rainwater can be used not only for garden watering, but washing machines and toilet flushing.
- This could save you a large proportion of your household water use.