Government continues to support Renewable Heating systems

If you are considering a Heat Pump to heat your home or business – there is still time to benefit from a Government grant through the RHI scheme

Renewable Heating Incentive

In the March 2020 budget, the government announced:

an extension to the domestic RHI for a further year to 31 March 2022
the introduction of a flexible, third allocation of tariff guarantees on the non-domestic RHI. The non-domestic RHI will close to new applications on 31 March 2021

If you would like to find out more about Heat Pumps, the RHI initiative or other forms of Renewable heat, contact us:

01282 841500

hello@AshburnHeating.co.uk


Fix your heating costs

 

We are all wondering what the next 6 months will bring, but we can be confident that:

  • Winter will eventually arrive
  • Power prices will rise
  • Cost of key appliances and components will increase
  • Availability of key components and appliances will be difficult

We are happy to discuss how we can help overcome some of these issues now and how Ashburn will operate to manage the risks from CoronaVirus
fix your heating costs

Call us now:  01282 841500  –  hello@AshburnHeating.co.uk

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A CoronaVirus update from Ashburn Stoves & Heating

It looks like we are all in for a longer wait until the lock-down eases and work returns to normal, so here is a short summary of our situation:

new showroom and cafeHere at Ashburn we are working hard to keep our on-going move to a new site on-track and discuss with clients when and where we can continue to meet their heating needs.
Along with all of you we are also working hard to keep our families, staff and customers safe.

  1. Heating emergency calls
    If you are an existing customer with a heating emergency please contact us.
  2. Our move to a new site at the old Moorcock Inn above Blacko
    Our plans have inevitably been moved forward. Bruce and Fiona are working hard to keep as much work on the renovations going as possible. Our Earby site in Victoria Mill is still operating but we advise contacting us by phone or email. We can arrange safe site meetings or video meetings.
  3. Hamish’s Tea Room
    The tea room and café is still being developed and will open in line with Government advice regarding the relaxation of the lock-down.
  4. Log Stoves
    Our website at http://www.AshburnStoves.co.uk provides information on a vast range of stoves and now is a good time to plan ahead if you want to ensure you have some independent, reliable heating in your home next winter
  5. Renewable Heating Systems
    Our heating website at http://AshburnHeating.co.uk provides information on our Renewable Heating options. Again, now is the time to start your plans for next winter to ensure you have a reliable heating system in place.
  6. Safety
    You can be assured that we will take all measures to ensure the safety of our customers and staff.
    If you would like to have an initial conversation about your plans and find out how we can still work with you to make things happen, email us on hello@AshburnStoves.co.uk

 

Best wishes and stay safe and warm from the team at Ashburn

Choosing a Heating System

We have seen a good article in ‘Real Homes’ magazine – giving a lot of information about modern traditional and Renewable Energy heating systems.

home heating advice

https://www.realhomes.com/advice/ways-to-heat-your-home

If you would like to learn even more – arrange a visit to our showrooms and Renewable’s Center to discuss the ‘real world’ options for your property and your lifestyle

renewable heating advice

renewable heating installers and engineers

And then the lights went out

Somebody asked me today “what are you doing tomorrow?” I replied “same thing I did yesterday” ……….. covona-virus lock-down and self isolation is starting to wear a bit thin!!

power cutTo make things worse we were sat in front of the TV a couple of nights ago and the lights went out …. lights, phones, the lot. I sat for a little while in the dark reflecting on the situation:

  • If we had got round to updating the heating system underfloor heating would have kept the house warm for some hours
  • We could have had some Independence from the power grid
  • We could have at least fitted a log stove
  • I can’t find the fridge

We decided we may as well go to bed.

 

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Coronavirus – up-date 24 March 2020

Statement 27-03-2020

We have now run out of wood pellets – contact us for current information
01282 841500  hello@AshburnStoves.co.uk

Coronavirus – up-date 24 March 2020

Statement following todays Government advice 24-03-2020

 

  • We continue developing an on-line virtual meeting facility to enable customers to continue their planning – please register your interest here 01282 841500  hello@AshburnStoves.co.uk  and we will follow this up with you
  • The showroom doors are now closed to general public access
  • If you need fuel (pellets) call 01282 841500  hello@AshburnStoves.co.uk  (facebook/messenger messaged may not be sufficient)
  • If you need heating emergency repairs call 01282 841500  hello@AshburnStoves.co.uk  and we will do our utmost to help you

CoronaVirus Statement 23-03-2020

Ashburn are analysing how we can we help our customers with either their existing heating projects, or help them ‘Beat The Queue’ and start getting their new project underway now, so that ‘post virus’ they are a good position to pick up the pieces without further delays.

new project managerWe are soon launching a new ‘Virtual Meeting’ facility which will allow our customers to discuss their plans and start considering feasibility and preparing plans. You will have the opportunity to book a meeting on-lone with our Managing Director, Technical Directer or Project Manager.

While we are developing this you can contact us here to express an interest and we will get back to you ASAP:

01282 841500  hello@AshburnStoves.co.uk 

 



Previous statement – During these difficult times Ashburn are integrating Government advice into our work practices:
1: The health of all our staff is questioned on a daily basis and all staff are aware of the need to isolate themselves from contact with the public.
2: Where work is taking place in an unoccupied property progress is uneffected
3: where work is taking place on an occupied property the decision whether or not to continue will be made in conversation with the client. If work does progress a method to manage the relevant health issues will be agreed.
4: Emergency work: where emergency work is required to maintain heat and hot water, a method to undertake this while reducing any health risk will be agreed with the client.
5: Planning new or future work: We know many people still have plans to install new heating systems, or may need to understand more about renewables in order to reach a decision. Ashburn are happy to undertake as much help/advice/planning as possible; either by phone/email or via meetings arranged in a manner which reduces health risks as far as possible

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New Renewable Heating Project Manager

Ashburn Heating has grown very quickly over the last two years and have now employed Dave Ridler as their new Project Manager.
Dave’s role is to work closely with our Technical Director Bruce Mills and our clients, to ensure their projects progress as agreed.

So if you want to inquire about fitting a Renewable Heating system in Lancashire, Craven, Pendle or the Yorkshire Dales National Park Dave is your first contact –

01282 841500

ProjectManager@AshburnHeating.co.uk

new project manager

Ashburn are starting their move to a new location above Blacko While this is on-going we are not open to the public unless by appointment.
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