WPL Classic for new homes


20 March 2018
An award-winning Welsh housebuilder has chosen Stiebel Eltron's new WPL Classic air source heat pump to provide heating and cooling to a new development in Colwyn Bay.

The installation at Penrhyn Beach was carried out by Gwyn Roberts of Ecosystems Wales, based in Caenarfon.
Stiebel Eltron says the WPL Classic is designed as a cost-effective and space-saving solution   tailored for housebuilders and developers – providing an  integrated and easy to install system for residential developments.

It promises high efficiency achieved with key elements such as active cooling, electronic expansion and pioneering inverter compressor technology that provides heating and hot water.

Stiebel Eltron UK Managing Director, Mark McManus, said: “It’s fantastic to see the WPL Classic implemented in Harvey Homes of Distinction’s high-quality residential developments. The WPL Classic is uniquely suited to housebuilders as an energy-efficient and space-saving option, so to see it in action is incredibly satisfying.

“Residents can be confident that their property will be at the forefront of energy-efficiency technology and that they’ll avoid the need for regular maintenance and high running costs.”

Gwyn Roberts, of Ecosystems Wales, said: “Residential developments present a unique set of challenges when working on the installation of a heat pump system. The limited space on offer can be a roadblock to quickly and easily installing the system.

“That’s why it’s so refreshing to have the opportunity to fit a unit like the WPL Classic, which is a simple plug-and-play unit, saving valuable time and making the unit incredibly attractive to house builders developing projects in which space is at a premium.  
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