Castlethorn are proud of their reputation for quality presentation and elegance, attention to detail and exceptional craftsmanship. They use the best materials ensuring every home is built to the highest standards. St.Helens will be no different.
Home buyers want homes that reflect the very best of modern living. St.Helens provides this and more. All master bedrooms have en-suites with contemporary sanitary ware including low profile shower trays and showers with a booster pump for increased pressure.
Photo Voltaic panels and a demand control ventilation system ensure that homes in St.Helens are “A” rated meaning increased comfort and reduced energy consumption.
Whether it’s the added convenience the Climote control system which facilitates the use of an app to control your hot water and heating system remotely or simply the ladder access up to your attic, Castlethorn have thought of these items so you don’t have to!
The houses at St.Helens enjoy many features designed to reduce energy demand and to reduce the cost of heating and hot water production
The houses at St. Helens enjoy many features designed to reduce energy demand and to reduce the cost of heating and hot water production.
We have incorporated air-tightness membranes and other features to ensure that these homes are draft free and that heat does not escape from the fabric of the building.
All of our houses are constructed with superior levels of insulation and they are carefully designed and detailed to reduce heat loss through floors, walls and roofs.
Houses at St. Helens are fitted with high performance windows which are significantly more efficient than traditional double glazing.
The Solar PV system is mounted on the roof and is linked to the internal mains electricity. The panels will generate power during daylight from Solar Radiation, a “Clean, Green Energy Source”. This is a totally automatic seamless and synchronised process that does not require any intervention.
The ventilation system in the dwelling is a “demand controlled system” which uses a centralised low energy fan located in the attic to extract air from bathrooms, ensuites, utility room and kitchens. The system automatically responds to the moisture levels in the dwelling, increasing and decreasing the amount of air being extracted from the house to suit the home owner’s activities.
Fresh air is introduced to the living areas and bedrooms via specially designed grilles in the walls which also respond to moisture levels in the house and ensure that the right amount of air is being introduced at all times. The grilles are also designed to minimise the effects of wind and as a result, minimise cold draughts in living areas and bedrooms.