Installation Date:

July 2018

Location:

Stockport, Cheshire

Product:

Air Source Heat Pump and Underfloor Heating

Model:

Mitsubishi

Project Type:

Domestic, New-Build

Property Type:

Semi-Detached

Located in the Stockport, Mr Reece was looking to make his new-build semi-detached 3-bedroom home environmentally friendly. After making an enquiry with Hero Renewables, Mr Reece spoke with one of our team members from the new-build department to talk about all the possible options available for his property.

We recommended that generating his own energy, instead of using fossil fuels, such as gas or oil, would be best for the property as it would reduce his carbon footprint, but it will also make him eligible for government incentives, such as the renewable heat investment.

Once all of Mr Reece’s questions were fulfilled, he decided to go forward with the installation of an air source heat pump paired with underfloor heating, as this was the most beneficial and economical option for Mr Reece and his new home.

Our engineers installed an 11.2kW Ecodan air source heat pump which was fitted outside of the property on anti-vibration pads with the heat pump being connected to a 300-litre hot water cylinder and underfloor heating circuit, which this heat emitter would enable Mr Reece to achieve extremely low running costs when compared to conventional methods of distribution.

Thinking of renovating your existing property, replacing your heating system or wanting to generate your own electricity?

Your timing couldn’t be better. With energy bills on the rise, everyday more and more homeowners are looking to save money by investing in renewable energy. Even though renewable energy systems, such as ground source heat pumps and solar panels can cost you more in the short term, you will see a long-term investment into helping the planet, generating your own heat and saving money through government incentives.

Give our team a call today on 0808 222 0 111 or fill in the quick call back form at the bottom of the page to take your first step to making your home a renewable one.