Showersave Wins Housebuilder Product Award

Showersave is delighted to announce that we have been awarded "Best Services Product" at The Housebuilder Products Awards by Housebuilder Media.

The award is testament to the years of dedication and hard work by the team at Showersave that we have gained this recognition, and look forward to taking on to the next level.

The awards aim to reward excellence for products and systems which aid new home development in the UK.

The Housebuilder Product Awards are supported by HBF and NHBC and sponsored by Daikin, with judges from organisations including CPA, HBF, NHBC, Future Homes Hub and leading housebuilders.

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Keystone continues to expand with the addition of Showersave

The Keystone Group announces the acquisitions of a majority shareholding in UK wastewater heat recovery (WWHR) business, Building Products Distributor Limited (BPD) and in Q-Blue BV a business that distributes WWHR systems throughout mainland Europe from their manufacturing base in the Netherlands.

This strategic joint-venture brings together the manufacture, sale, and distribution of the market leading WWHR system, Showersave, under the Keystone umbrella.

Showersave branded WWHR products for new build, retrofit and commercial buildings are at the forefront of innovative, sustainable, energy saving systems. Since 2007, over 140,000 Showersave systems have been installed across the UK and Europe.

Tony Gordon, Managing Director of Showersave distributor BPD recognised the strategic importance of the acquisition stating “As a result of the UK Government’s drive towards improved energy efficiency in housing, accelerated by regulatory changes, the importance of recovering the energy from wastewater has become strategically relevant. This partnership with the Keystone Group ensures that in a market with demand increasing rapidly we are the only company that can provide our valued customers with a WWHR system manufactured and distributed under one roof”.

Sean Coyle, Chairman of the Keystone Group welcomed the acquisitions stating. “We are a manufacturer that is passionate about quality, service and innovation. We are market leaders in a range of products that help the Housebuilders on their journey to net zero and this acquisition demonstrates our commitment to invest further in this sector.  We welcome BPD and Q-Blue employees to the Keystone Group and we look forward to working with their teams to develop the many opportunities in the market”.

Find out more about Keystone Group.


Showersave joins the Future Homes Hub

Working in partnership on the climate and environment plan for new homes

Showersave has joined the Future Homes Hub as part of our commitment to sustainability.

The Hub brings together all those involved in home building to achieve the climate and environment goals for the sector in line with the Government’s legally binding net zero and wider environmental targets. The scale and speed of change is significant, and the new homes sector has set out its ambition in the delivery plan.

Members of the Hub are working together on a broad range of topics, including the Future Homes Standard, embodied and whole life carbon, zero carbon placemaking, biodiversity net gain, water efficiency, resource efficiency and air quality.

Ed Lockhart, CEO of The Future Homes Hub said:

“New homes are undergoing rapid change to be ready for the climate and environmental challenges of the 21st century. No area of the economy is moving faster in this transition than the homes we build; the new homes sector will be nature positive through biodiversity net gain in 2023 and will be zero-carbon in operation through the Future Homes Standard in 2025.

We have a collective responsibility to deliver the sector’s climate and environmental targets while building higher quality homes at the scale needed. We can only do this if we all work together. I am therefore delighted that Showersave has joined the Future Homes Hub to be part of this positive change.”

We’re looking forward to working together with this growing community to share our solutions and expertise, accelerating progress to a net zero future.

Find out more about The Future Homes Hub

Heat & Energy Workshop at NSBRC, Swindon


The Banks Ballyholme

Join us on 15th June as New Part L Building Regulations come into effect.

June 15th is an important date as it brings the introduction of the New Building Regulations which is a significant step towards delivering higher energy efficiency dwellings on the road to heat decarbonisation in 2025.



Register for Part L event

To mark this event Showersave, in conjunction with some of the UK’s leading suppliers to the construction sector will come together under one roof, to deliver knowledge, guidance and practical advice to those involved in the design and construction of UK homes.

The event will take place at NSBRC, Swindon on 15th June, 2pm -6pm

This FREE event is aimed specifically at Architects, Small to Medium size housebuilders and construction professionals with a vested interested in achieving a cost-effective route to Part L Compliance.

In addition to obtaining expert advice, refreshments will be served throughout the day, wine and beer will be available after the event and all attendees will receive a CPD Certificate of Attendance (3 CPD Credits) with certificates being sent by email after the event.

Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.

SEA launch Technology-Agnostic Approach to Heat and Buildings Policy Report

SEA launch Technology-Agnostic Approach to Heat and Buildings Policy Report


The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) launched their Technology-Agnostic Approach to Heat and Buildings Policy Report on 20th February 2023.

As a current member and supporter of The SEA, Showersave Managing Director, Tony Gordon, was delighted to join The SEA alongside, Politicians, speakers and sponsors at the launch event.

Speaking at the event, Jade Lewis, Chief Executive at The SEA, said that, it is hoped the report will inform future policy to ensure the best approach is taken for decarbonising UK heating and buildings - one that delivers the right technologies for the best outcomes.

Read the full report 


Showersave confirmed as Finalist for Innovation in Sustainability Award

Showersave has been Shortlisted as a Finalist in the 2023 Business Eye Awards, Innovation in Sustainability category.

Showersave is an innovative, easy to install renewable technology, widely used by some of the UK's leading housebuilders.

There are currently 100,000 Showersave installations in homes, across the UK and Europe, all of which are benefiting from the recovery of the heat energy contained in the waste water being thrown down the drain.

The Business Eye Sustainability Awards, in association with Strategic Power Connect, are due to take place at the Culloden Estate & Spa on 23rd February, 2023.


What is Waste Water Heat Recovery?

What is Waste Water Heat Recovery?

Andrew Sadler, a Sustainability and building compliance expert published  "What is Waste Water Heat Recovery?" blog in 2019.  This informative article is still relevant in 2022 and a great resource for those interested in finding out more about the benefits of using Waste water heat recovery.

Read blog: What is Waste Water Heat Recovery?

Showersave increases exhibition presence at NSBRC

Showersave increases presence at NSBRC

The National Self Build and Renovation Centre is open 6 days a week, with a fully packed timetable of events, there’s always a reason to visit!

Showersave is a permanent exhibitor (Stand 85) at the centre and recently increased exhibition space, to allow for the installation of  product demonstration units.

The new exhibition space was completed in preparation for the annual NSBRC May event, which attracted hundreds of visitors involved in self build and renovation projects.

Find out more about Showersave at the NSBRC

Heat pumps work better with Showersave

Heat pumps work better with Showersave

The provision of sufficient cost effective domestic hot water, using heat pumps, continues to present challenges.

Showersave has invested in the professional services of The Centre for Sustainable Technologies (CST) at University of Ulster and Chris Martin of the Energy Monitoring company to find out what issues may lie ahead for house builders as heat pump installations become more prevalent.

The results of testing and subsequent analysis have revealed the undisputable benefits of using Showersave systems alongside heat pumps. A detailed analysis and report is available to download below;

Download: The performance of WWHRS in domestic heat pump installations


If you wish to discuss the use of Showersave alongside heat pumps for future projects, call us on 028 9334 4488 or email sales@showersave.com .