The owner of this off-grid cottage renovation was looking for a sustainable solution for heating and generating power for the property which would reduce his long term running costs. Having been let down by a previous renewable energy company he contacted EnergyMyWay for advice and, after an initial consultation, invited us to complete a full review of his renewable energy options.
The owner of this detached property was suffering from high heating bills due to the poor thermal efficiency of the original Victorian construction, including solid brick walls and single glazed sash windows.
The owner contacted EnergyMyWay for advice and, following a detailed survey of the property, it was established as an ideal property for a biomass boiler which would deliver the high flow temperatures that this type of property requires.
Mr and Mrs W live in a large bungalow in a rural area near Horncastle. They have relied on an oil boiler for years, but have been concerned about the efficiency of their system and the running costs. They also had limited options for energy provision due to the location of their property, being off the mains gas grid.
This homeowner was aware of the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme and was keen to investigate a biomass boiler to reduce their energy bills. As there were 2 properties, we identified that they were in fact eligible for the non-domestic scheme, which will deliver higher returns than the domestic tariff.
The owner of this new-build farm house was suffering very high heating bills when a colleague recommended her to EnergyMyWay for a review of her renewable energy options. The property was reliant on oil for heating and running an AGA. We recommended a 35kW ETA biomass boiler as the ideal solution for heating and hot water, after discounting a ground source heat pump due to limited land space available.
The owner of this large, solid-wall farm house and barn conversion was suffering increasing energy bills as the property is off the mains gas grid and reliant on oil for heating. Dr Erskine was aware of the potential returns on investment that could be achieved from installing a renewable energy heating system. He approached EnergyMyWay to review his options.
This Cheshire farm house has solid walls and is set in a very exposed location, off the mains gas grid. The owner was suffering increasingly high bills and was reliant on heating with oil and filtering water from a bore hole. Mr Williams approached EnergyMyWay looking for a lower-cost, more sustainable heating and hot water solution, which resulted in the installation of a combi biomass boiler.
This rural property was being heated by an old oil boiler that was nearing end of its useful life. The homeowner had been suffering increasingly high oil bills and not achieving despite several rooms in the house not being warm enough through winter. EnergyMyWay’s Warwickshire team were asked to assess the feasibility of a biomass boiler
Following a homeowner report from the Energy Saving Trust, Mr & Mrs W contacted EnergyMyWay looking for the most cost effective heating solution for their extensive renovation project. The new domestic Renewable Heat Incentive meant they could install a carbon neutral Biomass Boiler, which would pay for itself as well as give them long-term lower cost heating.
Mr Tebbutt approached EnergyMyWay looking to remove his reliance on mains gas to heat his home and pool. Solar PV and Solar Thermal were already installed on this 1980’s detached house so Mr Tebbutt had been enjoying the benefits of renewable energy for some time and now wanted to consider his renewable energy options for heating.