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Top Yard Barn is a large residential barn conversion situated in an idyllic area of Derbyshire. A portion of the barn is rented out as holiday accommodation throughout the year.
Energy available from the air or from the ground around you can be utilised by a heat pump system to provide all your heating and domestic hot water requirements.
Coefficient Heating plan to exhibit at a number of trade shows during the year as presented in our webpage which can be accessed by clicking the image below. We would expect a great turnout at each show and look forward to seeing you to discuss renewable energy and your project.
Simon and Rachael live in a traditional stone build house in a popular Derbyshire village. They decided to heat their home using a Ground Source Heat Pump System, but as the area of land around the house was not large enough for horizontal heat collecting pipework the heat pump was connected to vertical loops, installed in three bore holes.
Sue and Joe Watmore have a Danfoss Air Source Heat Pump system, installed by Coefficient Renewable Heating Solutions. Their home, dating largely from the 1800s, is a former pub which sits in the centre of a small peak district village. Heat pumps can be connected to under-floor heating pipework or appropriately sized radiators.
New Website Launched For Mobile And Tablet Interaction - The new website can be bookmarked at www.coefficientheating.co.uk and still offers the complete interactive social media channels but has now been developed for mobile and tablet use. We hope you enjoy our new website and welcome any feedback that you have.
The attractive Strada is a contemporary looking radiator that not only looks better than traditional steel panel radiators but also has superior performance due to Jaga's Low-H2O technology inside. Its elegantly slim design offers a cool-touch front panel and is available in white, traffic-white or a cool sandblast metallic grey.
The Domestic & Non Domestic Renewable Heat Incentives (RHI) are government financial schemes to promote the use of renewable heat. Switching to heating systems that use naturally replenished energy can help the UK reduce its carbon emissions. Further information on both incentive schemes is presented below:
Coefficient Heating exhibited at the Hope Show which was a great August event offering a traditional agricultural show, set amidst the hills of the Peak District. The show includes a wide range of displays, classes and competitions including sheepdog trials, show jumping, heavy horses and turnouts, coloured ponies and mountain and moorland breeds.