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1. Fairglen eco homes located in Hayle
(Developments/Houses For Sale In Cornwall)
Providing cutting edge eco homes, where your living costs will be reduced with the innovative use of a variety of eco products. These products include rain water harvesting, solar panels, under-floor ...
2. boiler
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anyone else had problems with their boiler. I cannot guarantee that I will have hot water. This is causing me untold angst. ...
3. Eco Homes by Percy Williams
(Green Buildings/Green Buildings)
... heating All this dramatically reduces energy consumption. A rainwater harvesting system helps to limit our impact on the environment and minimize our carbon footprint by using rainwater for flushing toilets ...
4. Fairglen Eco Homes Video
(Green Buildings/Green Buildings)
...  See first hand how the heat pumps, rain water harvesting and solar panels help to keep the home at a constant temperature and supply hot water on a shoestring. The large windows give plenty of natural ...
... you may be able to help the environment as well as your pocket.   When replacing light bulbs go for the low energy variety.  The use up a fraction of the energy of traditional types. Place a water ...
6. April News
(Blog Posts/Blog)
... move in.  Provisional calculations for energy consumption/generation and water use are now available following ongoing monitoring, the indications are very promising, showing as they do that these houses ...
... that he actually needed to reduce the thermostat as it was too hot! Such is the level of efficiency with this ‘Free’ heating and hot water system that it seems unlikely to be required at capacity. Great ...
8. Eco Heat Pumps
(Green Buildings/Green Buildings)
... heat from a large area can be converted into a much greater amount of heat in a smaller area.  In this case that energy translates into heating for the underfloor and hotwater systems of your house.   ...
9. Rainwater Harvesting - Aquaprof
(Green Buildings/Green Buildings)
One of the many techniques used to make the Fairglen development as sustainable as possible is the use of Rainwater Harvesting in all of its properties.   The "Aquaprof" Rainwater Harvesting system ...
... by a formal application and the construction process is now anticipated during 2012. Energy consumption is minimized by the use of a combination of: hot water and under-floor heating generated by ...
11. Green Buildings
(News/Latest)
... rain water harvesting and exceptional levels of insulation within a truly innovative design that leaves other ‘eco homes’ in the shade. Materials and finishes are rightly contemporary A choice ...
12. Eco Houses in Hayle, Cornwall
(News/Our Developments)
... is now anticipated during 2013.. Energy consumption is minimized by the use of a combination of: hot water and under-floor heating generated by heat pumps heat recovery ventilation systems options ...
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2011 Outlook - Cornish Homes for Sale

As we approach the end of the year 2010, we can look back and see that it has proved to be very much a ‘mixed’ year in sales. Stamp duty changes affected the market with the £175,000 threshold helping sales earlier, although the reversion to £125,000 has seen some house prices decline throughout the latter part of the year. There has been a general increase in the number of properties available for sale from August to October, which has led to pressure and competition in pricing.

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