Renewable home heating: Services for your Home
Over the past 5 years we have supplied and installed renewable heating and conventional heating solutions for home owners and self-builders throughout the East Midlands and with more than a quarter of a century’s experience in the heating industry, we can find the ideal solution for you.
Not sure which Renewable heating system is for you?
Whether you require Renewable heating for a 3-bedroom new build, a barn conversion or an older country house, we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your needs and can produce a budgetary estimate, without obligation, based on your property’s plans.
Have a look below at the current renewable heating systems we can provide.
Biomass includes wood pellets, wood chip and logs. All can provide a very cost effective renewable home heating solution for your property, especially if you have access to a sustainable source of fuel.
Air Source Heat Pumps
Air Source Heat Pumps are an ideal renewable home heating solution for modern, well insulated properties and new builds. They also work well with renovations, such as barn conversions and are supported by the RHI, which will pay you for the installation.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
Ground Source Heat Pumps are an ideal renewable home heating solution for modern, well insulated properties and new builds where an area of land is available for the ground collector. They also work well with renovations, such as barn conversions and are also supported by the RHI, which will pay you for the installation.
For properties being built, renovated or converted to “new build” standards, we can offer a fully integrated heating system based around an Air Source Heat Pump or, if the property has sufficient land, a Ground Source Heat Pump. All system designs are produced to the current MCS MIS3005 standards to ensure you get an efficient and effective heating system which includes the design and sizing for the heat emitters, whether underfloor heating or radiators.
For older, less well insulated properties, especially farm houses, with access to managed woodland, it may be preferable to select a biomass system. Cedar Renewables can supply and install a range of biomass options for domestic application up to 45kilowatts in output. If your property requires more than 45kilowatts then your requirements can be met by installing a cascade of two boilers, with up to 70 kilowatts total output. All system designs are produced to the latest MCS MIS3001 standards.
In order to take advantage of the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, the heating system must be designed in accordance with MCS standards.
If your project requires heat for more than one property, (e.g. properties that attracted business rates or separate council taxes), then it would be classed as a district heating scheme and would more likely be suited to district heating installation.
If your project requires heat for more than one property, (e.g. properties that attracted business rates or separate council taxes), then it would be classed as a district heating scheme and would more likely be suited to a commercial installation.