Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps are currently VAT free and you can save up to £7,500 off the price with the Government Grant BUS scheme


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    How They Work

    These technologies not only reduce your energy costs, but more importantly you and your family will be part of a more sustainable future. To reduce your costs even further you can add Solar Thermal, Solar PV, Battery storage, a Wind turbine or combine these into a Integrated Renewable Energy System. With rising energy costs there is no better time to make the change.

    Benefits of a Heat Pump

    • Environmentally friendly – you will be lowering your carbon footprint.

    • Energy is sourced from renewable sources making you part of the renewable energy future.

    • Cost efficient – they have the potential to save you money due to lower running costs than direct electric heating, oil and gas boilers.

    • Durability – average lifespan 20 years plus.

    • Low maintenance, safe and effective.

    • Potentially increase the value of your property if you decide to sell.

    Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP)

    Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP)

    How does it work?

    An air source heat pump extracts the heat from the air (even at temperatures as low as -20°) which is then transferred into heat for your home to provide your heating and hot water.

    As a Mitsubishi Accredited Installer, we highly recommend the:

    Ecodan Renewable Heating Systems

    The award-winning Ecodan range of air source heat pumps are suitable for both small and large homes and delivers effective, low carbon heating and hot water. Ecodan heat pumps provide a simple, renewable solution that rivals traditional heating systems. It is also ideal for underfloor heating requirements and can even work in combination with existing heating systems as a hybrid solution.

    Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP)

    Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP)

    How does it work?

    A ground source heat pump extracts low-temperature solar energy stored in the ground or water using buried pipework and compresses this energy into a higher temperature. A ground source heat pump provides a building with 100% of its heating and hot water all year round.

    Contact us today and find out how much you can start saving.