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Heatpump Case Studies

Ground Source Heat Pump Replaces Oil Boiler and Aga

Mr and Mrs Hart-Davis live in a 17th century farmhouse. Their existing oil fuel supply had warmed their long narrow farmhouse and Aga at a cost.

Castle Howard

Owner Simon Howard urgently wanted to reduce these costs. He wanted to cut carbon emissions, and he had to find a solution which would not be visually intrusive given the castle’s listed status.

Air Source Heat Pump Replaces LPG

Mrs Somerville lives in a 4-bed detached house built in the 1980s. It’s occupied by 3 adults. She needed to replace her existing LPG boiler.

Ground Source Heat Pump for 18th Century Barn Conversion

When Mr B decided to renovate his 18th Century Barn he chose to install a ground source heat pump using Ecovision.

Stunning modern Vicarage breaks with tradition

The building is the first Vicarage in the UK to achieve such a high sustainability rating.

14kW Ecodan replaces oil boiler

The heat pump provides the house with heating and hot water and is connected to the existing pipework.

Glengarry Hotel

Glengarry Castle Hotel is a charming Scottish country property situated in a beautiful location on the edge of Loch Oich.

Harrow School Lyon's House

Harrow School installs heat pumps to harness ground energy for new low-carbon building

Daresbury Science and innovation Centre

Vinci approached Ecovision to design a renewable energy system that could allow the new building to benefit from the huge aquifer below the ground.

Broxbourne Rowing Club

Ecovision were approached to design a system that could provide underfloor heating throughout and sufficient hot water for the showers.

Whitton School

Underfloor heating and hot water supply for school changing rooms

Wyke College In Hull, Yorkshire

Wyke College 6th Form Centre is one of the largest heat pump systems installed in a School in the UK with a total of 325kW.

Haileybury College

The heat source for the 37kW heat pump which the building required was through six 140m deep bore holes. Ecovision helped the school to obtain 50% grant funding for the renewable installation, via the Low Carbon Building Programme.

Royal Agricultural College Sports Club

The Royal Agricultural College Sports Club needed a replacement boiler for heating and hot water. The exisiting electric heating was inadequate and they wanted to reduce their costs.

Clarendon Press is now benefitting from a cut in fuel costs of 75%

Clarendon Press in Gloucester occupies a factory unit extending to 120 square meters, which houses offices and a large-scale printing unit.

Randwick Village Hall

This comprehensive installation earned Ecovision the "Installer of the Year" award at the REGEN award ceremony for the South West of England.

Epworth Primary School

Epworth Primary School decided to take the opportunity when planning their new School building to install renewable energy.

Henrietta Barnett School

Henrietta Barnett is an all-girls State School listed in the London Schools Guide as one of the top academic State Schools in the country.

Bankside School

When Bankside School confirmed that they were going to build a new 'energy efficient' building to accomodate up to 630 pupils, they asked Ecovision to design something suitable .

Houghton primary Care Unit Opens using heat Pump technology

Houghton primary Care Unit Opens using unique Heat Pump integration technology

Hayesfield School opens new Performing Arts Centre

Hayesfield School has opened a new Performing Arts Centre which has a highly sophisticated heat pump system allowing for heating and cooling through different emitter systems.

Giraffe House

When a Wildlife Park decided to build a new Giraffe pen they ensured that it will benefit from reduced heating bills by installing a ground source heat pump.

Ascott House heat pumps

Ecovision designed and installed a 240kW high temperature ground source heat pump system. This system provides all the space heating and hot water for the property.

Croxton Manor

Ecovision designed a system that replaced the existing highly inefficient oil boiler with minimum impact on the aesthetics of the property. The heat pumps were connected to the existing radiator system

Treago Castle

Ecovision was asked to provide a solution and proposed using the castle’s giant compost bins as a source of heat. Pipes were inserted into the walls and base of the bins to exploit the considerable heat released

Barley Court on the Highgrove Estate

As an example of what is possible with a building generally considered incompatible with renewable systems.

Queen Anne's Summerhouse

Ecovision designed a Ground Source Heat Pump system that mixed radiators with an underfloor system to create an efficient system that will be cheap to run.

Bishop's Palace in Wells

A newly designed system is being installed at Bishop's Palace in Wells which can be applied to any property with a water source nearby

Packwood House

The cost of running a house like this is significant which is why the Trust approached Ecovision to provide a solution that would allow it to remain in such good condition for generations to come.

Packington Hall

Ecovision designed a system that will heat the main house comfortably using the lake as the heat source. The house had a radiator system that was suitable for a heat pump.

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