26 Mar 19
Since our heat exchanger system requires significantly less energy to function, it means you can enjoy a substantial cost-saving benefit. Technologically advanced, the system makes use of the outside air through a refrigerant, via a compressor, to generate heat, meaning it consumes far less energy compared to other systems. The result – greatly reduced energy bills!
27 Feb 19
If you have read our previous articles, we have listed many great reasons why a heat exchanger system makes the best option for heating up a swimming pool or how it brings down the costs of hot water heating on a dairy farm.
This article talks about why it is advantageous to use an air source heat pump or heat exchanger to heat up your jacuzzi.
26 Feb 19
Newspaper article in The Sun on 22nd Feb 2019
Protect yourself from fuel inflation by installing an eco-friendly alternative that is guaranteed to save you money.
Five of 'The Big Six' are foreign owned, consider what could happen to energy prices in the UK once Brexit happens?
26 Feb 19
Article from national newspaper - The Mirror
It is proposed that new build homes should be more energy efficient and this includes banning gas boilers.
An eco friendly solution is an air source heat pump or heat exchanger system installed by Eco house Solutions - unlike all other systems this will reduce your fuel bill, and this is guaranteed.
06 Feb 19
Eco House Solutions are at Dairy Tech - today, 6th Feb 2019!
Dairy Tech is a show for innovation and new technology to help the dairy farm industry. This is exactly what we offer with our new heat exchanger technology.
27 Jan 19
Ever escalating energy costs and environmental concerns are making everyone consider a switch to energy efficient and eco friendly solutions for their working.
Dairy farms face many challenges, including increasing energy costs and issues concerning environmental impact. Dairy farms are starting to alter and update their hot water management practices to ensure efficient utilisation of precious and costly resources. Many dairy farms are now investing in solutions that are both cost effective, ensure energy conservation and at the same time do not have adverse effects on the environment.
09 Jan 19
We are really excited to be showcasing our new innovative heatpump technology for dairy farm hot water heating this year on 6th February in Coventry.
20 Dec 18
A heated swimming pool can be a costly affair with the wrong heating technology.
A heat exchange system for heating up a swimming pool is highly effective as well as energy efficient. With this system in place, you can considerably cut down on your energy bills. The heat exchanger system makes use of the outside air to generate heat to increase the temperature of water.
28 Nov 18
Heat exchangers or Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs) make one of the most effective heating systems available.
These exchangers absorb heat from the outside air which can then be used to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems, and hot water in your home. With advanced refrigerant, it continues to draw heat from the air even when the temperature is as low as -15° C.
26 Oct 18
The heat exchange technology that air source heat pumps now utilise can make them the most cost-effective option for your domestic heating requirements.
24 Sep 18
Domestic Hot Water (DHW) heat pumps make one of the most efficient options for domestic water heating. Offering quite a few benefits over the other heating systems in terms of efficiency and cost effectiveness.
The installation process for DHW heat pumps is relatively simple. Our system is top quality and very easy to operate too.
05 Sep 18
Air Source Heat Pumps make a very efficient alternative heating system for water heating.
The pumps work on the principle of absorbing heat from the outside air which is then used to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems, or warm air convectors and heat water in your home.
09 Aug 18
Using an air source heat pump cleverly installed in your heating system / boiler system can easily help you save up to 90% of your heating bills on energy and fuel. These are the best means to heat your home to generate maximum heat at lower costs. If these replace electric, oil, LPG or coal systems, the savings are quite substantial.
11 Jul 18
The underfloor heating system is popular as it is one of the most efficient heat sources that require lower running temperatures to operate capably and the Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) is ideal for underfloor heating. It works on the principle of heat exchange just like your normal refrigerator and absorbs heat from the outside air which is then used for heating underfloor heating systems in your home. The system works even when the outside temperature is as low as -15° C. An under floor heating system runs under the flooring heating the room’s floor which in turn heats up the room itself. The systems generate temperatures of 40°C to 65°C. The actual floor temperature remains at an average between 23°C and 32°C which is lower than your standard radiators.…
28 May 18
Air to air heat exchanger systems are one of the most cost efficient systems to heat up your homes. These heat pumps work just like your normal refrigerator works. These systems absorb the heat from the outside air which can be used to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems, or warm air convectors and hot water in your home. These systems work even when the temperatures are as low -15° C. Heat is absorbed from the air at low temperature into a fluid which then passes through a compressor. While passing through the compressor, it gets heated up and the temperature increases. It then transfers its higher temperature heat to the heating circuits or fans of the house to heat up the place. These make a very cost effective solution for…
27 Apr 18
Domestic hot water heaters using the air source heat pumps make the most cost effective option for heating up your home. These heat pumps absorb heat from the outside air which can be used to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems or warm air convectors and hot water in your home. The air pump water heaters can function well even when the temperature is as low as -15° C. Here are a few advantages of these systems: Water can take a considerable amount of time to heat up. Heat Pumps running solely on electricity, so heat up quicker the air source heat pumps are more cost effective and require less electricity than most other systems. An average house that spends £800 per year on fuel can save 76.27% in the first…
22 Feb 18
"One million families will not meet basic fuel needs this winter"
22 Feb 18
Very impressed with the installation from start to finish. Very reliable and always available to answer any questions. Would recommend this company.
31 Oct 17
Independent Newspaper 2017 2.28m British households now living in fuel poverty Citizens Advice 2017 Calculations by Citizens Advice revealed gas prices rose eight times higher than the average income in the UK, and this trend is continuing into 2017. Global unrest, increases in consumption, economic uncertainty and resource availability are all expected to cause fuel bills to continue to rise for the foreseeable future. The UK is fortunate to be spatially located next to a large gas reserve in the North Sea. This resource is, however, finite and there is a real lack of investment in renewable technologies to provide the energy mix needed to reduce our reliance on natural gas and other fossil fuels in the near future. Schemes like Feed-in-Tariffs for solar and onshore wind exploded onto the scene and…
23 Oct 17
Guardian Today: Report by charity National Energy Action, fronted by I, Daniel Blake actor Dave Johns, says government must give more support Four million households in Britain face restricted life chances because their homes are cold, NEA says. Photograph: Graham Turner for the Guardian @ByRobDavies Tuesday 29 November 2016 00.01 GMT A child born in Britain today may never see fuel poverty eradicated, according to a report The report, published by charity National Energy Action to kick off its Warm Homes Campaign, documents stagnating efforts to solve fuel poverty. The government has pledged to make as many “fuel poor” homes as possible achieve a minimum standard of energy efficiency by 2030, in an attempt to end fuel poverty. People in 4 million UK households face restricted life chances because they…
17 Oct 17
Evening Express Inflation is expected to surge to a five-year high when official figures are released next week as rising airfares, fuel and electricity prices ratchet up the financial pressure on households. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measure of inflation is forecast to come in at 3% for September, marking its highest level since April 2012 and on the cusp of forcing Bank of England Governor Mark Carney to publicly explain why the rate has risen to such an extent. Fuel prices are also expected to lift CPI – after Hurricane Harvey disrupted US oil production – adding to pressure from a 12.5% price hike by British Gas that took effect mid-September. HOME / NEWS / BUSINESS Inflation on track for five-year high as household squeeze intensifies
15 Sep 17
British Gas raises prices by 12.5pc: the best fixed-rate and variable energy deals From today, more than three million British Gas customers on its standard variable tariff will be hit with a 12.5pc rise in prices – the equivalent of an extra £76 a year added to bills.
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