Underfloor Heating from a Heat Pump

One of our current projects involves installing underfloor heating to a new barn conversion.

fitting underfloor heating

Once the builders have installed the Kingspan insulation and a membrane, we lay a continuous circuit of pipework which will then be covered in concrete.

This labyrinth of pipework all  leads back to a control mainifold where the flow can be balanced throughout the house.

In this property the system will then be linked to an Air Source Heat Pump located outside. Air source heat pumps extract latent energy from the air and convert this energy into heat. An alternative would a a Ground Source Heat Pump, extracting heat from the surrounding land.

Pipework and parts are all supplied by ABparts.co.uk

 

Environmentally and Visually Friendly Solar Heating

A new generation of Solar Panels are at the forefront of an environmentally conscious re-development near Kilnsey Crag in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.

Can I fit solar panels or a heat pump in the National Park? – A question we are asked.

When Tess & Kevin started work on their new home in the Dales, they wanted to limit their environmental & visual impact,
but also wanted a properly functioning family home.
Working with Bruce and Fiona at Ashburn Heating, a multi energy system linking Biomass from a Log Boiler with Solar Thermal from the latest flush fitting
Solar Panels which provide hot water directly in to the property. With the option to add further energy sources in the future, this system stores energy as heat;
available on-demand when required.
The addition of either a Ground Source or Air Source Heat Pump would be another future possibility.

Ashburn provide full design, specification and installation services and have developed over the last 30 years to become specialists in renewable and
traditional heating.

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in roof solar heating

Biomass Boiler Fitted in External Boiler Room

external biomass boilerNearly ready for transport to site, this PONAST Biomass Boiler is fitted into a self contained  steel Boiler Room.

Dropped on site, the boiler room is coupled into the heating system using High Performance Insulated Pipework and is then ready to go with some wood pellets in the hopper.

Of course once this is coupled into the heating system’s buffer tank, other options such as Solar Thermal, a Heat Pump or an ‘on-grid’ options such as gas or electricity can all be added.

self containedbiomass boiler

Another Old Oil Boiler Goes West

We are pleased that yet another old, inefficient, uneconomical OIL BOILER is now out of use.

And we are VERY pleased that our customers now have lots of hot water and a warm house.

Whether you want your boiler replacing or servicing …. give us a call

old oil boiler

Verner 13.10 Boiler Stove Fitted with Multi Energy Heat Store

Ashburn have fitted yet another Verner 13.10 Boiler Stove Heating System.

verner boiler stove

 

Ideally placed in a ‘living kitchen’ area, the 13.10 will provide background heat to the room, while producing a consistent supply of hot water and heating to the rest of the house.

The Heat Store is placed in the garage and has more than enough capacity to meet the household needs. with the facility to add solar thermal or heat pump options in the future if required.

Now it just needs the builder and decorator to catch up and finish off the surrounding work………….. smashing.

commissioning a biomass heating system

Arisaig – Renewable heating in a remote Scottish location

ashburn heating biomassAshburn have spent a week in the beautiful location of Arisaig on the Scottish west coast; where a biomass heating system powered by Verner Log Boiler Stoves provides heat and hot water for a housing association complex.

 

verner boiler stoves

Dear Ashburn Stoves,

I wanted to leave you a review online however I wasn’t able to do so. I then decided I would email as I was so impressed by your experts who came to see and fix my stove. Your colleague Bruce and his friend(who’s name I can’t remember-sorry) came all the way to the village of Arisaig in the Highlands of Scotland to see the stoves of my neighbours and I, due to problems we were having. Bruce and his friend were so helpful and cheery and I was so impressed at the service and professionalism they showed while fixing my stove. They were both so very helpful in explaining what they had done and why and how I should now use my system. Thanks again to them both!

 

 

Anna