At The Renewable Design Company we are very proud of our reputation for excellence and capability. We have unrivaled of experience in the design and installation of heat pump systems for every type of building from small domestic to large commercial. Please view the case studies below.
The Renewable Design Company have unrivaled experience in the design and installation of heat pump system for commercial and other non-domestic buildings. We have designed some of the most complex and prestigious systems in the UK for heating (and sometimes cooling). Our installations are carried out extremely efficiently which means that we are able to be very competitive of price.
The Directors of The Renewable Design Company have set up a new company to offer funded ground source heat pump systems for commercial premises.
Rendesco will design, supply and install a ground source heat pump system at no cost to the property owner. The company will install a system that is eligible for payments from the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and retain ownership of the equipment to receive the payments over the 20 year term of the incentive, after which the full system will pass to the property owners.
For the 20 year period Rendesco will be given a lease on the plant room, and will service and maintain the system for the period of ownership.
The company has started work on the first phase of projects working with a Retirement Home developer. The projects involve installing a ground source heat pump system in blocks of apartments across the UK to provide all heating and hot water. Most of the buildings are in urban areas with limited space so bore holes are used around and under the building footprint prior to the development works commencing on site. Once the building is complete the Rendesco team returns to install the plant room equipment and connect to the external pipework.
Rendesco has many sites operational across the UK with many more in development.
The introduction of phase two of the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme, which provides a financial incentive to homeowners to install renewable heating systems, is expected to lead to a significant increase in the number of homeowners installing heat pumps.