Come and see us at the Harrogate Homebuilding and Renovating Show

Yorkshire Heat Pumps will be at the Harrogate Homebuilding and Renovating Show from 4th - 6th November. Come and visit us on Stand C255 to talk about your renewable energy heating project and find out what we could do for you.

The Harrogate Homebuilding and Renovating Show was where our own heat pump journey began back in 2004 when we were starting our own barn conversion. We knew we wanted an energy efficient heating system and were keen to embrace new and green technologies. We had plenty of land in which to put ground collectors, but really knew little about heat pumps and how they worked, as this was quite a new technology in the UK back then and we were set to join the early adopters of heat pump technology. 

Kate and Michael Wright's Dales barn conversion

So much has changed since then. Heat pumps are now much more common as awareness of alternative technologies grows and the uptake of government incentives increases. What's more, heat pumps have become our specialist subject!

So if you're just starting out on your renewables journey and want to gain a better understanding of how ground and air source heat pumps (or biomass boilers, for that matter) work, or if you have plans and want to get into the detail of what system is right for you, and what it's all likely to cost, then come and see us on Stand C255 where we'll be waiting to talk to you.

We will be accompanied at the Show by leading heat pump manufacturer, Stiebel Eltron.

We're an MCS accredited company and can also advise you about the government's Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme. This incentivises homeowners (and businesses) to switch from fossil fuel heating systems to renewable energy systems. Designed to neutralise the cost of switching, in reality, many people actually see a positive return on their investment.

So, if you're planning a self-build or a major renovation project then that must be music to your ears.

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