This project showcases how an expertly designed system can provide comfort in a larger residence.
Renewable Energy Heating Systems are a viable option for homes of all sizes. The key factor is an appropriately designed system for the property and the homeowners. This case study features a modest sized self-build family home of 2100 sq ft.
The Richardson’s new home is a 2 storey, 4000 square feet house with a separate garage, heated with an integrated renewable energy system fuelled via a ground source heat pump.
Sensitively integrating 21st century technologies in the historical Ebrington Square regeneration project whilst protecting the square’s architectural integrity was a key challenge on this project.
The owners wanted an alternative to oil central heating for their new build in a rural location in Co Armagh, Northern Ireland. However
To come up with a solution to provide cheap and unlimited hot water at the new playing field facilities at Queens University Belfast (QUB).
Creating a low energy home in this 5500²ft new build in Moneymore. The client had initially planned to heat their new home with a wood pellet system.
Installation of Underfloor Heating in an area of 4,5002ft that was entirely open to the elements. The variation of floor depths, with some areas 150mm and other areas 85mm, increased the difficulty factor.
As with any hotel, there is a huge demand on hot water. The challenge was to install a Solar Hot Water system that would maximise the volume of free hot water that could be generated