Air Source Heat Pumps
If you are looking for a greener solution to heating your home than a gas boiler then an air source heat pump is something to consider.
An air source heat pump is an alternative way to heat your home as it will enable you to generate your own renewable heat and will potentially save you money on your energy bills in the long run with fewer CO2 emissions.
An air source heat pump converts heat from the outside air to water, which heats your home via radiators or underfloor heating. The heat from the air is absorbed into a fluid. This fluid then passes through a heat exchanger into the heat pump, which raises the temperature and then transfers that heat to water.
Why move to an Air Source Heat Pump?
Air source heat pumps only use electricity, so they’re a low-carbon way of keeping your home warm.
You can expect a heat pump to last for 20+ years which on average is longer than a gas boiler.
Through government incentives homeowners can claim varying levels of grants ranging from £5,000 in England or Wales to £7,500 in Scotland.