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Eco Electric

With our new generation Eco Electric homes, you can enjoy superb future-ready features, including air source heat pumps, even thicker insulation - and the wonderful warmth of underfloor heating. Your better way to live just got better.

Designed for your lifestyle – and your budget

Living in an energy efficient Redrow home helps to significantly reduce your energy bills. Recent research has suggested new build houses saved homeowners £2,600* on last year's energy bills. Leaving you to focus on the things that matter most.

Want to know how much you can save? Book an appointment at your nearest Redrow development to use our EPC calculator and get your personalised results.
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Doing your bit

If you’re looking to live a more sustainable lifestyle and want to contribute to tackling the climate crisis, then a new Redrow home could be your perfect move. As a heat pump captures heat that is already present in the environment, the system itself does not burn any fuel and therefore emits no carbon dioxide.

The average UK home has an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of D while our Eco Electric homes have a rating of B or higher.

For those wanting to go a step further, you can increase the EPC rating of your home to an A by adding solar PV panels via My Redrow.
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A handy guide to heat pumps

Our Eco Electric homes are fitted with air source heat pumps, which are far more efficient than gas boilers. While heat pumps may be relatively new for UK homes they are very common in mainland Europe and have been in use for a number of years.

Join Josie for your air source heat pump 101 class in which she’ll explain everything from how the technology works to heat your home to what the pump actually looks like and where it’s situated.

Fabric first

Building good quality, energy efficient homes starts with our fabric first approach. What does this mean? Well it’s about building energy efficiency into the very fabric of the home, using enhanced insulation, highly efficient doors, windows and heating systems to reduce the home's energy use and retain heat.

Our homes are designed around open plan living spaces and our large windows let in more natural light, reducing the reliance on electric lighting. We also know how important fresh air is and a series of vents and fans help circulate air in the home and reduce the chance of condensation.
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Where you can be sure of an ‘Excellent’ experience

We’re proud to have an ‘Excellent’ Trustpilot rating. Take a look at some of our 5 star reviews below.
Nothing seemed too much…energy efficient boilers, kitchen islands (I could go on) and on top of that we got to play with the big digital TV showing the full 3D vision of site works, plans, prices, boundarys etc
Rob & Jane, Trustpilot Redrow customers
I am really thrilled with my new Redrow home. All work was completed to a high standard compared to other builders in that area. My sister's boyfriend is a builder and he couldn’t fault my property. I have a very good energy efficient home.
Karen, Trustpilot Redrow customer
We are already Redrow homeowners and we've been so impressed with the build quality and customer service throughout that we won't consider any other builder.
Pippa, Trustpilot Redrow customer
Redrow have been incredibly helpful throughout the process of purchasing a Redrow home. Would definitely recommend them.
Donna, Trustpilot Redrow customer

Your questions answered

What is an Eco Electric home?

Our new generation Eco Electric homes mean you can enjoy superb future-ready features, including air source heat pumps, even thicker insulation - and the wonderful warmth of underfloor heating as standard throughout the habitable ground floor areas of our detached homes. Underfloor heating availability can vary between developments so it is worth speaking with your local sales consultant for more information.

Do Eco Electric homes cost more?

Yes, you will pay more for an Eco-electric home than an Eco-Now.

Prices of all our homes vary depending on location and the specifics of each plot. We recommend signing up to My Redrow to select your favourite locations and housetypes in order to receive direct alerts on property availability.

What is an air source heat pump?

An air source heat pump is a great renewable and energy efficient alternative to traditional boilers that can reduce your carbon footprint and your energy bills.

What makes them different to traditional heating systems that either burn fuel or convert electricity, is that heat pumps don’t actually generate heat. In fact the pump takes ambient heat from outside - even in sub-zero temperatures and transfers it to renewable energy inside your home. The air source heat pump warms the house at a consistent temperature and requires very little management or maintenance.

How does an air source heat pump work?

Outside air is blown over a network of tubes filled with a refrigerant. This warms up, and it turns from a liquid into a gas. It’s passed through a compressor, into a heat exchanger and surrounded by cool water, making it warm. This warm water is then circulated around your home through underfloor heating and radiators upstairs to provide your heating and hot water.

What if I don’t want to have an ASHP and underfloor heating?

Eco Electric homes come with air source heat pumps (ASHP). Our Eco Electric homes are designed from the ground up to get the best out of an air source heat pump. With the latest insulation these homes offer up to a 63% improvement in heat loss compared to one built in the 1970s. This includes working alongside underfloor heating in our detached homes.

This has the added benefit of removing radiators on the ground floor, giving you more flexible living space.

Where does the air source heat pump go?

The air source heat pump is a similar size to an air conditioning unit and is usually located at the side or rear of your property.

How often does an air source heat pump need to be serviced?

They only need servicing annually, just like a traditional boiler.

Are air source heat pumps noisy?

Not really, it’s actually quieter than a modern condensing gas boiler on full demand. Noise levels are very low with most people only noticing the unit to be on if they were to feel the fan blowing at them.

How do I know if a development will have this?

Look out for references to Eco Electric, which tells you that the homes you are looking at are heated by an air source heat pump.

Keep an eye out on our website for upcoming developments or sign up to My Redrow to select your favourite locations and receive property availability alerts.

Can I register my interest to receive an alert for when this is available?

Sign up to My Redrow to select your favourite locations and receive availability alerts.

Look out for references to Eco Electric, which tells you that the homes you are looking at are heated by an air source heat pump.

Is underfloor heating included in every home?

Underfloor heating is available as standard across the ground floor in our detached homes across upcoming developments. Underfloor heating availability can vary between developments so it is worth speaking with your local sales consultant for more information.

Which areas will underfloor heating cover?

Underfloor heating is provided in the habitable ground floor areas of our detached Eco Electric homes. Underfloor heating availability can vary between developments so it is worth speaking with your local sales consultant for more information.

Are solar panels available?

We offer PV / solar panels through My Redrow and encourage all customers to seriously consider them.

Not only do you reduce your energy bills but you will improve the EPC rating of your home.

In an Eco Electric home, this increases to an ‘A’ rating and has the added benefit of meaning your home is zero carbon ready as the national grid is decarbonised.

Are air source heat pumps better for the environment?

Air source heat pumps are far better for the environment as they don’t emit any carbon.

In fact, they are up to 350% efficient, producing more heat than they take in.

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Energy Efficiency

Eco Now

Our Eco Now homes use our highly efficient ‘Fabric-First’ approach to save you energy.
LEARN ABOUT ECO NOW
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Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficiency

You could save an average of £2,600* on your annual energy bills with a new Redrow.
LEARN ABOUT ENERGY EFFICIENCY
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Energy Efficiency

Underfloor Heating

Underfloor heating is available as standard on the ground floor of our detached Eco Electric homes.
LEARN ABOUT UNDERFLOOR HEATING

Disclaimer

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