Our Case Studies

Holwood Farm, Saltash Devon

Holwood Farm is a working pig farm situated in Saltash, Cornwall. The Requirement Rainbow Heat and Power were briefed to design, supply, install, commission and maintain a highly efficient and fully automated system. The system would run on locally sourced wood chips and supply the farms two Pig Farrow Houses … Read More

Blegberry Farm, North Devon

Blegberry the only fortified farm in Devon is a working farm with a mixture of sheep, cattle and arable and is open to the public. The farm is situated near the historic village of Hartland. The farm has a number of holiday cottages offering luxury self-catering holidays. … Read More

Gumma Poultry Farm

Gumma Farm is a free range poultry farm in Presteigne on the Welsh borders with 2 broiler sheds, growing 132,000 birds per year. Bird welfare is a paramount on the farm. Management of the poultry houses’ environment a big part of this. The farm's owners had been experiencing high costs … Read More

Humber Court Farm

Humber Court Farm is a 200 acre mixed livestock and arable farm in Leominster, North Herefordshire. The Requirement The farm’s original biomass boiler was decommissioned, to make way for an RHI accredited wood chip district heating scheme. A 50kW Lindner & Sommerauer biomass boiler system now heats the farm … Read More

Lynhales Nursing Home

Lynhales Hall Nursing Home is set in seven acres of wood and parkland with ornamental lakes. The Manor House, now refurbished, was built in circa 1588 and extended in the Georgian Period. The Main House comprises two floors of single and shared rooms, the majority of which have en-suite facilities providing … Read More

Hay House Nursing Home

Hay House is a family-owned and run nursing home specialising in the care of people with dementia and other mental health conditions. Resident comfort is a priority for the owners, who were experiencing large heating … Read More

Hallslake Farm

Hallslake Farm occupies a stunning setting overlooking the breathtaking, steeply undulating valley where the East Lyn River meets Farley Water, before rushing to join the Bristol Chanel at Lynmouth. Much of the partly timbered surrounding countryside is National Trust owned, and the woodlands provide great opportunities for the supply of … Read More