This 3 bedroom cottage dates from 1736. It has been extensively
renovated and extended with upgraded insulation by its new owners.
Heating and hot water is supplied by an air source heat pump.

The plans were reviewed using a room-by-room heat loss analysis and we
determined that the heat pump would meet the peak space heating
requirement at a flow temperature of 40°C, equivalent to a seasonal
coefficient of performance of 3.94.

We installed a 12 kW NIBE F2040 heat pump on a plinth against the wall of
the garage and connected it to the heating system in the house via an 18m
Microflex Duo heat main. We installed a 300L hot water cylinder in the
roof. Underfloor heating has been installed throughout the ground floor
with wall mounted radiators on the first floor.

The system is weather compensated, which ensures that the flow temperature from the heat pump is constantly adjusted to match the outdoor temperature.  The NIBE Uplink facility provides remote monitoring which enables us to provide enhanced technical support.