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Gibbs & Dandy Sustainable & Renewable Solutions

In order to do our bit for the planet, Gibbs & Dandy offers a selection of low carbon and energy efficient technologies,
services and information to support a Greener future.

As part of the STARK group, we are working towards the joint mission of achieving
net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and we would like to support you with all of the information you need to move towards lower carbon heating, water saving and renewable energy.

Air Source Heat Pumps 


ASHPs work by taking the heat from the outside air and transferring it to your indoor space via the heating system. It works just like a refrigerator, transferring air from one space to another. Some systems can also be used as a cooling solution in the summer months.

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Ground Source Heat Pumps


GSHPs work in a similar way to ASHPs, however they take the heat from the ground. It uses pipes that are buried underground to collect heat and run it through the heating system up to the building above.

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Biomass boilers

Biomass boilers work in the same way as traditional boilers; however, they burn on natural fuels instead. You can choose from logs, wood chips or wood pellets, making them an energy-efficient and cost-effective heating solution.

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Solar thermal

Solar thermal systems work by collecting heat from solar panels attached the roof of a building. The heat is then passed into the heating system of the property and stored in the hot water cylinder. This natural heat source makes it a really energy-efficient heating solution.


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Solar Photovoltaics (PV)


Solar panel electricity systems, also known as solar photovoltaics (PV), capture the sun's energy, transferring it into the property to generate electricity. They don't need direct sunlight to work, and can still generate electricity even on cloudy days. 

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Solar PV

Wall insulation

External Wall Insulation (EWI) and Internal Wall Insulation (IWI) are also referred to as Solid Wall Insulation (SWI). Properties built before 1930 will likely have solid external walls rather than cavity walls. They have no gaps or minimal gaps, meaning they let out more heat. They can be insulated from the inside or out.

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Rain Water Harvesting


Rain water harvesting is the process of collecting and storing rain. The rainwater runs off of your rooftop, into the guttering and is redirected into a tank. It is then stored for later use for things such as car washing, or internal uses like washing and toilet flushes.

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Draught proofing


Draught proofing is a cheap and efficient way to save energy and money with any type of property. Good ventilation in properties can help with damp, however draughts are not controlled. This means too much cold air is let in and therefore heat is wasted. 

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Contact us about renewables

For more information on our renewable energy offerings, please get in touch using the form below.

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