Getting ready for a heat pump
30th November 1.00pm | webinar
Switching your heating to a heat pump is one of the most straightforward and cost-effective ways to cut your home’s carbon emissions. Technically, a heat pump can provide heat even to an uninsulated building – but the outcome will be better all round if the building (and its occupants!) are well prepared.
But what does this entail, and how far do you need to go? Gervase Mangwana of Herefordshire’s Waxwing Energy will bring us up to speed on the latest thinking.
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One year on — living with an air source heat pump (and solar PV)
Recording | webinar | Click here to view
Home energy professional Dave Green had an air source heat pump installed in his 1930’s semi in Shrewsbury, Shropshire in May 2021 as part of a staged home retrofit project. He’s been monitoring his home’s energy performance since its installation and shared his findings with us earlier this month.
BUILDING SENSE will be at the Colwall Greener event, here we’ll be talking about retrofitting your house to reduce your carbon footprint and save money. Click here or see the next post for more details.
For building related advice from other sources, Click here for advice and information on saving money and cutting carbon emissions by one simple alteration to your boiler settings. For maximum effect, send the link on to friends and family and encourage them to save money and help the planet too.
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