Chancellor announces Future Homes Standard

On 13th March Chancellor Philip Hammond spoke of fulfilling the aspirations of the next generation in terms of Housing and the environment.

In his speech the Chancellor announced “a new £3 billion Affordable Homes Guarantee scheme, to support delivery of around 30,000 affordable homes”. This will come as welcome news to those waiting to take their first step on the property ladder.

The Chancellor continued, with the announcement of “a Future Homes Standard, mandating the end of fossil-fuel heating systems in all new houses from 2025, aimed at “delivering lower carbon – and lower fuel bills too”.

The Future Homes Standard offers exciting opportunities for energy efficiency systems such as the Showersave. Showersave will reduce the demand for energy, specifically domestic hot water, as a result of recovering the energy we throw down the drain while showering.

Showersave first introduced the concept of waste water heat recovery to the UK market more than ten years ago and with the Government’s focus on delivering lower carbon and lower fuel bills made clear today, our ambitious vision to have Showersave installed in every new build by 2020, may soon start becoming a reality.

Find out more about Showersave for residential and commercial projects at or call us on 028 9334 4488

Futurebuild 5th-7th March 2019

Futurebuild 2019 is focused on showcasing the latest innovations, products and materials and sharing unrivalled insights to help you tackle the biggest challenges facing our industry, and beyond, head on.

The ecobuild brand lives on through the conference at the heart of Futurebuild, which will take an overarching theme of Time for Action and bring you top macro debates hosted by industry leaders from across the world. Whatever your objective we believe you’ll leave Futurebuild feeling truly inspired and ready to take action.

Showersave will exhibit at Stand B6. Click here to organise a meeting with us.

Eco Workshop at NSBRC on 16th February 2019

Join us at The National Self Build & Renovation Centre, Swindon for the first in a series of Eco Workshops.

Find out first hand how your designs, lifestyle and specification choices could impact on your home’s energy performance. This day promises to answer all your design and planning questions, covering everything from the more traditional methods to more modern higher performance buildings. It will also cover legislative drivers and government initiatives as well as current incentives.

Book FREE tickets for this event here

Showersave has become a talking point with Consulting Engineers

Since the introduction of Waste water heat recovery into SBEM on 3rd October 2018, Showersave MultiVert has become a talking point with many Consulting Engineers throughout the UK.

This highly anticipated addition to SBEM has unveiled an array of opportunities for consultants to deliver cost effective designs for their clients.

Showersave MultiVert recovers excess heat energy from waste water, which would otherwise be lost down the drain. This energy is then used to pre-heat incoming cold water, a wonderfully simple, yet highly effective addition to any non-residential building.

In buildings with multiple showers this saving can be significant and the benefits to a BREEAM assessment can be considerable allowing designers to offset more costly technologies.

Having worked with many of the UK’s leading house builders for more than ten years, we are delighted to finally have our MultiVert system recognised in SBEM.

Showersave is the only UK Company offering both residential and commercial scale WWHR applications

Call us on Tel: 028 9334 4488 or Email to learn more about Showersave and discover how WWHR can assist in the design of cost effective building designs for your clients.


National Self Build & Renovation Show - October 2018

Opened in 2007, the National Self Build and Renovation Centre (NSBRC) based in Swindon is the UK’s only permanent self build and renovation exhibition venue which offers impartial advice and support for our visitors as well as giving them easy access to the services and products supplied by our exhibitors.

Visit over 240 manufacturers and suppliers at the NSBRC Trade Village, where the latest in innovative products and technologies are displayed.

Join Showersave at Future Resource Expo 2018

Thousands of representatives from the UK’s leading local authorities, government departments, retailers, trade associations, and commercial & industrial end users will attend Future Resource Expo 2018 on 12 & 13 September. 

Running across two action-packed days at Birmingham’s NEC, this exhibition showcases the very latest and most innovative energy and water sustainability solutions under one roof.

Featuring 200 cutting-edge suppliers, a programme of educational seminars and five zones dedicated to five different sectors within the world of sustainability, the show represents the two biggest days of the year for forward-thinking energy and water management professionals.

And what’s more, a FREE ticket for this year’s Future Resource Expo will also give each visitor unlimited access to the co-running Flood Expo, Contamination Expo Series, Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo and RWM Exhibition - creating an environmental package that will attract 20,000 of the industry’s top professionals.

So to discover the most efficient and cost-effective methods for managing your organisation’s energy and water consumption, this is the only event you need to attend in 2018.

For more information on the show and to register for FREE tickets, please visit Future Resource Expo website.

Join us at The National Self build & Renovation Show 11th -13th May

Join us at the National Self build & renovation show on 11th -13th May at NSBRC, Swindon.

With over 240 exhibitors, free seminars and the opportunity to meet with Architects and Designers, this is an event not to be missed by anyone serious about building their own home or planning to undertake major renovations.

Book your free tickets here .

Join Showersave at Explore Offsite Housing on 10th-11th April

The Explore Offsite Housing conference and supporting exhibition is taking place on 10 & 11 April 2018. The nation’s media has been reporting on a UK housing crisis for many months, but is there now a climate for change in the industry? Experts have hailed offsite construction as the only way to respond to the demand for new housing. Moving the construction of houses into factories enables the build to take place both efficiently and economically, making the national shortage of labour less of a concern.    For those in the construction sector with fresh ideas and innovative technologies, this nationwide crisis has the potential to change the norm which governs the ways new homes are built.

Explore Offsite Housing will be taking place on 10 & 11 2018. To view the full conference line-up, visit: Tickets cost just £225 + vat for a two-day ticket and £125 + vat for a one ticket. This ticket price includes entry into the conference and exhibition, lunch and refreshments. To book your place, visit:

Meet us at Ecobuild 6-8 March, ExCel London

Ecobuild 2018  will bring to life the things that are most important to the future of our industry: the latest technology; the freshest thinking; and the most innovative materials to keep you at the forefront of the built environment.

This year, and in future years, Ecobuild will bring together the most innovative, exciting and inspiring brands, companies, speakers and experiences. Providing thought provoking, valuable content and an unparalleled opportunity for sharing ideas, networking and relationship building. A fresh format that’s nothing like an ordinary trade show.

Join us at Social Housing Conference, Manchester, 25th January 2018


Social Housing Conference: Fixing the broken market


Showersave will join a panel of experts at the Social Housing Conference where experts from across the sector will explain how the UK can deliver affordable housing to meet growing demand.

“In those parts of the country where the need is greatest, [we will] allow homes to be built for social rent, well below market level. Getting government back into the business of building houses, a new generation of council houses to help fix our broken housing market.” – Prime Minister Theresa May

Britain is building 60,000 too few houses a year, creating an affordability crisis that has had a disproportionate impact on younger people.

Just 6,800 new homes are built for social rent each year while the number of new affordable homes has been halved. In response, the Government has published a white paper on “Fixing our broken housing market” and set aside £9 billion for its Affordable Homes Programme. Local authorities in areas with the greatest shortages have been encouraged to bid for money to build new homes for social rent.

In the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, social landlords are under increased scrutiny and must ensure their properties meet the highest standards. At a time when resources are scarce, landlords face a difficult financial choice between maintaining existing housing stock and delivering the new affordable homes the UK needs. Find out more here.