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Air Source Heat Pumps

Our air source heat pumps are designed to be fitted outside your home, usually near an external wall. They can be floor or wall mounted. The external fan extracts heat from the air, even in minus degree temperatures, and converts it into heat for your home.

As they are suitable for both radiator and/or under floor heating, our heat pumps can provide all of your hot water and central heating requirements all year round.

Our installations are all MCS accredited and therefore eligible for generous financial Government incentives, including the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) which will provide air source heat pump owners with annual tax-free cash sums of around £1,000 for an average 3-bedroom house, for 18-years*.

Overall an air source heat pump is a simple cost-effective hot water and heating solution for a new build, retro-fit, domestic or commercial property.

Benefits of air source heat pumps include:

  • Eligible for proposed RHI-£1,000’s tax-free cash-back every year for 18-years*
  • Low running costs
  • No ground works
  • Little space required
  • Uses free sustainable energy from the air around your home
  • Ends volatile gas or oil heating bills
  • Unlike other renewable technologies, meets all hot water and heating needs
  • Provides heating and hot water all year round
  • Tested to -25 degrees
  • Works with radiators and/or under-floor heating
  • Expected life span of approximately 18 years
  • Helps reach goals set out in Code for Sustainable Homes
  • May increase the value of your property
  • Flexible sizing
  • Soft-start compressor reduces pressure on electrical supply
  • No vent or flue required
  • No carbon monoxide production – no risk of gas explosion or oil spills
  • Electrically powered – no deliveries of oil or LPG
  • Market leading product range

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