New Build Housing

KERS provides new developments a cost-effective route to giving house buyers the latest hot water technology achieving energy performance standards

KERS vision to make hot water cheaper and available for all households.
The decarbonisation of water heating.

SAP Specifications

Building Regulations require that a SAP calculation and a Predicted EPC is submitted for new dwellings prior to the commencement of work. A SAP calculation indicates a score from 1 to 100+ for the annual energy cost based on:

  • The elements of structure
  • The heating and hot water system
  • The internal lighting
  • The renewable technologies used in the home

Developers can now accurately calculate the energy performance improvements gained by installing a KERS Indoor Heat Pump into both new and existing dwellings

SAP Complience

Cost effective route to achieve regulatory compliance

KERS Integration

Accommodation to retrofit and future house designs

Increase Home Value

New home buyers looking to reduce energy costs

Easy integration for housing designers

Installation is similar to conventional boiler tamks except the KERS Indoor Heat Pumps have a better profile, more energy efficient and can be hooked up to native smart controllers.

Adding value to each home

When buying any new home sustainability and carbon footprints are high on most peoples agendas. The impact of not only renewable energy but low cost solutions is essential for new and existing housing stock.


The eco-friendly KERS Weatherby Indoor Heat Pump is a combined heat recovery, hot water system with storage cylinder. Using energy in the outdoor air to provide low cost, low carbon renewable hot water.


Indoor Heat Pump – Hot Water – Heat Recovery Mechanical Extract Ventilation. Converting waste heat energy from bathrooms and kitchens to low cost, renewable hot water.


The Eco friendly KERS RM is a highly efficient indoor heat pump that operates as a stand alone heat pump header that can be sited remotely.


Overheating in residential buildings continues to be a major concern for the building industry. There are many contributing factors to overheating. Architectural design demands have resulted in buildings being built too tight through over-insulation and triple glazing.

KERS Innovations technologies reduce your bills and divert wasted energy back into your business. Good for the environment, good for your bottom line.