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Yorkshire Wedding Venue Warms To Danfoss Heat Pumps
27th June 2012
Following the installation of a ground source heat pump from Danfoss Heat Pumps UK, a wedding and conference venue in North Yorkshire is benefiting from a more sustainable form of energy.
Green Energy Solutions UK Ltd, based in Doncaster, recommended a DHP-R heat pump for 'Taitlands' in Stainforth near Settle, a property which had been heated previously via a combination of oil and LPG. Taitlands is an impressive listed Gothic Revival building dating back to 1831, which was bought privately from the Youth Hostel Association in 2007.
Owner Emma Milligan has transformed the building and the estate to its former glory, with Green Energy Solutions carrying out sympathetic plumbing work to protect the buildings and preserve the integrity of the Grade II listed building. Taitlands opened in March 2012 as a wedding and events value and also has a tea room set in its historic Coach House.
Green Energy Solutions installed an energy efficient Danfoss 42kW ground source heat pump at Taitlands that will supply the newly installed underfloor heating to all three floors of the main house and both floors of the newly opened coach house which equates to approximately 1500m2. The company has also installed the plumbing and sanitary ware for the bathrooms, provided the services for the commercial kitchen in the tea room, and installed the disabled toilets.
Emma Milligan said, "Green Energy Solutions has installed an amazing heat pump system in a very friendly and professional manner. We are delighted with the fact that we can now run the property on a more sustainable and efficient energy source."
Marcus Payne, managing director of Green Energy Solutions, said, "This was a really prestigious project to work on and the transformation of the building is stunning thanks to Emma's dedication and vision. Taitlands now benefits from a very energy efficient heating system which means the building's heating bills will be significantly lower, thanks to this renewable energy technology."