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Woking, Knaphill, Oak Tree Road, Oak Tree House

House Summary

House Type:
1930's 3-bedroom detached with back extension
Carbon saving:
80%

Measures installed:

  • Cavity Wall Insulation
  • Double Glazing
  • Floor Insulation
  • Internal Wall Insulation
  • Loft Insulation
  • Low Energy Appliances
  • Low Energy Lighting
  • Solar PV Panels
  • Solar Water Heating
  • Water Saving Devices

  • Oak Tree Road, Woking

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This SuperHome is no longer open to the public. For further information about this eco retrofit there is a video available or you can contact the SuperHomes team for more information.

What visitors are saying

"Most useful visit, information on lighting especially useful as well as rainwater information."

Key changes made:

• Double glazed existing aluminium framed windows • New timber doors front and back • Internal Insulation • Cavity filled (75mm) + phenolic dry lining (50mm) so walls U value 0.37 • Loft insulation (300mm rockwool) U value 0.11 • Suspended floor insulation (100mm) U value 0.25 • Air test result is 4.1m3/hr/m2@50 pascals. • Passivent passive ventilation system • Condensing system boiler linked to a 200 litre auroSTOR unvented solar hot water cylinder • 2 auroTHERM solar collectors on the roof with a combined area of 4.84 m2 – also linked via controller to the cylinder • 2.4kW PV system (20m2) generating approx 2000 kWh/yr • Kitchen has 10 Megaman downlighters (MAX L0301RC) with 11 Watt BRO711i bulbs – soon to be changed to 5-7 Watt LED warm white downlighters • Lights in the kitchen, hallway and landing are controlled by Passive Infrared Detectors from Sector • All A rated appliances • Rainwater harvester and windflower turf

Measures installed in detail:

  • Double glazing
  • New timber doors front and back
  • Cavity wall insulation
  • Internal wall insulation
  • Loft insulation
  • Floor insulation
  • Passive ventilation system
  • Condensing Boiler linked to solar hot water cylinder
  • Solar Water Heating
  • 2.4kW Solar PV system
  • Low Energy Lighting
  • Lighting controllers
  • Low energy appliances
  • Rainwater harvesting
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Assessment types

SuperHomes Assessed

A home that has been visited and assessed by us and confirmed as reaching the SuperHome standard, which demonstrates a 60% carbon saving.

Homeowner Reported

Information has been provided by the homeowner about their home and energy use prior to the installation of measures and following their installation which demonstrates a carbon saving. This information has not been verified.

Remote Assessed

The homeowner has provided information on their home including what measures have been installed which has enables an assessor working on our behalf to assess their carbon savings. This home has not been visited to verify the measures installed.

Unassessed

This home has not been assessed, but the homeowner has reported what measures have been installed. It may be that this home is awaiting assessment.