Stamford based Orangehouse Renewables is a multi-award winning specialist heat pump installer committed to excellent customer service.

01780 490095

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RENEWABLE ENERGY SPECIALISTS STAMFORD

Stamford based Orangehouse Renewables is a multi-award winning specialist heat pump installer who are committed to excellent customer service. Heat pumps are the most efficient technology for heating or cooling buildings and Orangehouse systems use the ground, air or water. For a complete efficient system we supply the associated underfloor, radiator or other heat emitter systems.

We take full responsibility for the design, installation, commissioning and support of systems and work with leading manufacturers to source high quality equipment. Installation and servicing is by our directly employed knowledgeable team of engineers.

      Benefits of Heat Pumps

 
  • The best way to heat your property, reduce running costs and save carbon emissions!
  • Reduce fuel bills, especially when replacing conventional electric heating, oil or LPG.
  • Use electricity generated by your solar panels to reduce your bills even further
  • Heat your water as well as your indoor space
  • The ideal heat source for underfloor heating
  • Can run at outdoor air temperatures as low as -10 degrees centigrade
  • Financial support provided through the government-backed Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
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       Air Source Heat Pumps

       Use the air to provide 100% of a property’s heating and hot water.​
  • Ideal for both new build projects and existing homes
  • Increased efficiencies and "greener" due to the new generation of refrigerant gases
  • Modern air source heat pumps are quiet 
  • Can provide cooling as well as heating
  • Very little maintenance is required - just an annual service
  • When designed and installed correctly the expected lifetime is 12-15 years
  • Generally easier and more cost effective to install than a ground source heat pump in an existing property

       Ground Source Heat Pumps

 

       Extract thermal energy from the ground to provide 100% of a property's heating and hot water.​

  • Ideal for both new build projects and existing properties
  • Utilize garden space or open land with horizontal or vertial ground collectors
  • Provide consistently high levels of efficiency regardless of the outdoor temperature
  • Quiet and unobtrusive
  • Generally no planning permission required
  • When designed and installed correctly, with regular servicing, they should last at least 20-25 years.

       Water Source Heat Pumps

 

       Use a water source to provide 100% of a property's heating and hot water.​

  • Even more efficient than ground source!
  • Require a body of water such as a pond or river, or other options if there is sufficient flow
  • Generally less expensive than ground source due to ground works costs
  • Qualify for the ground source RHI

“I know that I can be quite particular as a client and nothing has been too much trouble for Orangehouse. They have been very easy to work with, and have bent over backwards to meet my requests.  I would not hesitate to recommend Orangehouse Renewables - Alex and the team organised everything really well.”

Mr M, Cambridge

"Alex and the rest of the Orangehouse team were great! Nothing was ever too much trouble and everything was explained to us so clearly and with great professionalism. They have also been great with after support making sure the whole system is up and running as it should be and explaining the steps to take after installation. Would happily recommend to anyone!" 

"Excellent service from an excellent company. We had a new ground source heat pump installed last year. All the guys who worked on the installation were friendly, courteous and professional. We were very impressed and would recommend Orangehouse to anyone thinking of installing a ground source (or air source) heat pump." J Smith