Air Source Heat Pump
Air Source Heat Pump Grants
An air-source heat pump captures heat at a low temperature from the outside air, then using a compressor system, it will increase the temperature of this air to provide heating and hot water for your home.
When the air-source heat pump uses heat from the outside air and converts it to a working solution, the air-source heat pump then compresses the solution until it is warm enough to provide heating for your property.
Our air-source heat pumps use electricity, but because some of the warmth it produces comes directly from the external air, it can provide more heat than electric usage indicates.
Air-source heat pumps are extra efficient when they generate heat at a moderately low temperature.
Would an Air-source heat pump right for my property?
If your property is well insulated, and you don't have a gas connection to your property, then they are an excellent energy-efficient heating system.
Heat pumps are particularly efficient if your home is well insulated.
If your house is suited to air source heat pump and outdoor space is not a significant issue, then a ground source heat pump may prove to be the better option.
An energy-efficient air source heat pump, installed into a suitable home and worked correctly, can provide nearly three times as much heat energy as it uses in electricity. Helping you reduce your carbon footprint and dramatically reduce your energy bills.
3 Simple Steps
Fully certified gas safe heating engineers perform all our boiler installations.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
An air-source heat pump serves as an eco-friendly alternative to heating your home and is a perfect solution if you want to create your heat and reduce your energy bills.
The heat pumps extricate natural warmth from the outside air even at temperatures as low as -20C. The extracted air compressed to generate high levels of heat for a warm, cosy home atmosphere.
A typical heat pump typically costs around £11,000. However; under the Ofgem ECO scheme, we install our systems with a free maintenance plan for up to 7 years.
No, the air source heat pump working with your existing boiler. The air source heat pump will use your boiler to provide your hot water.
The Air Source heat pump does still needs electricity to power the unit; however, most of the required heat will come from the air outside.
No. Heat pumps are not loud.
Our surveyors will advise on the correct size/model you need to heat your home correctly, its crucial to use the proper equipment to maximise your energy efficiency potential.
With proper maintenance and care, they can last for nearly 20 years.
Check your eligibility
Use our simple online form to find out if you qualify for government-backed ECO3 grants.