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Retrofits & Refurbs

 

the Charterhouse – a case study by Fit for the Future with the Charterhouse

The Charterhouse has Charterundergone a major electrical and mechanical systems refurbishment bringing greater heating and water security to the alms-house whilst reducing its energy consumption.

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YHA Boggle Hole – a case study by Fit for the Future with YHA

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A refurbishment of a poorly built annex, working with the sea and tides to achieve much greater energy efficiency and a far superior guest experience for a uniquely located hostel.

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End of Terrace Stone House – a case study by Severn Wye, Link to Energy

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An incredibly successful retrofit to a pre-1900 terraced house which includes various insulation measures, a new boiler and solar hot water.

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Garth House – a case study by Innovate UK

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‘Garth House demonstrates how the energy efficiency of historic buildings can be significantly improved without destroying the external appearance or internal layout’

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Georgian Town House a case study by Severn Wye, Link to Energy

CaptureAn incredibly successful retrofit to a Georgian town house which includes insulation, secondary glazing, a replacement combi boiler and solar PV

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Leighton Library a case study by Historic ScotlandCapture

A case study on the installation of loft insulation to a 17th century library house in Dundee and the immediate improvements this brought.

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SuperHomes – case studies by superhomes.org.uk

SuperHomes is an expaCapturending network of 200 energy aware households. These homeowners are redefining green living. All have refurbished their homes to the highest standards of energy efficiency. Eco friendly, sustainable, low energy and low carbon – the refurbished houses are least 60% less reliant on fossil fuels.

Find a wealth of online case studies HERE