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Lower fuel bills

Lower carbon emissions

Long unit life span

Heats both your home & water

Incentives available

Long warranties

Thinking about switching to an Air Source Heat Pump? Great - you've come to the right company!

Air source heat pumps are a renewable energy source which take the outside air and uses it to heat the home even when the temperature outside is as low as -15 °C!

Not only does this form of renewable energy offer endless benefits to your heating system, the Government also offer a financial incentive, ending March 2022, to encourage the use of renewable heat because of its environmental benefits. Those that join the scheme receive quarterly payments for seven years for the amount of clean, renewable heat the system produces.

Find out how much money you could get through the Renewable Heat Incentive if you install renewable heat technology

Get in touch today to book in a free discovery session with one of our trusted Surveyors

To discuss the options around Air Source Heat Pumps or to arrange a visit to see a working heat pump in our showroom, get in touch with us!

Our team of experienced Air Source Heating Surveyors will review your energy needs, design and install a system to give you the best possible solution.

What happens next?

Step 1

Book in a free, no obligation discovery call for advice and guidance on the suitability of an ASHP for your home

Step 2

Arrange a full heat loss survey for the property. This involves an in depth survey to assess the true heat loss of the property by identifying the room size, considering insulation levels, doors, windows and existing forms of heating.

Step 3

Once the heat loss survey has been carried out, you will receive a full proposal and your personal RHI calculations for your consideration. Please note, there is a £250 charge for this service if you decide an ASHP isn't for you.

How Air Source Heat Pumps Work

The Air Source Heat Pump takes heat from the air and boosts it to a higher temperature using a heat pump. The pump needs electricity to run, but it should use less electrical energy than the heat it produces. From 1KW of electrical energy in, a heat pump can produce up to 4kw of energy out!

Using electricity and refrigerant technology, the pump compresses refrigerant to increase its temperature. It then condenses back into a liquid to release it as stored heat. Heat is sent to your radiators or underfloor heating. The remainder can be stored in a hot water cylinder. Stored hot water can be used for showers, baths and taps.