Air Source Heat Pumps

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How air source heat pumps work

An air source heat pump will extract heat from the outside air, converting low grade heat into useable energy, by passing it through a compressor where its temperature is increased. The heat is then used for space heating and hot water. An air source heat pump will work at temperatures as low as -20°C outside.

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Benefits of investing in air source heat pumps

Underfloor heating

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Radiator systems

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Servicing & maintenance

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Frequently Asked Questions

A heat pump is installed by first removing any existing cylinder and boiler. A typical installation takes around 3-4 days.

This depends on the size of heat pump required but prices start from around £6,500 + VAT for smaller properties.

The average lifespan of a heat pump is the same as a modern boiler, around 15 years. Annual maintenance can significantly improve the life expectancy of your system.

Very similar to a normal boiler. It is advisable to have an annual service in order to keep the warranty valid and ensure that the unit is working as efficiently as possible.

A heat pump can provide heating and hot water anytime, day or night, just like a boiler.

Yes, you can set the heat pump to heat your house to a desired temperature for specific times and dates.

Heat pumps operate most effectively when they run at a constant temperature. The radiators or underfloor heating is sized to take into consideration the specific type of heat, ensuring that the rooms get up to temperature quickly.

No, the modern heat pumps are often quieter than boilers and many other appliances we use in our everyday life.

A heat pump runs at lower flow temperatures than a traditional fossil fuel system, which results in greater efficiencies. In most cases your existing pipework will be adequate, but we might need to upgrade the output of the radiators. In many older properties, the existing radiators are single panel and we typically upgrade these to modern double panel radiators.

Heat pumps are the most efficient way to heat your home and offer large savings for those properties off the mains gas network on oil or LPG. Fossil fuel prices fluctuate significantly, but on average when you replace an oil or LPG boiler with a heat pump you can expect to save around 30% on your fuel bills.

Air source heat pumps have the capability to remain efficient even in extreme cold; they continue to function down to -20°C. As average winter temperatures in England are around 5°C, there should never be a problem. This is a very popular system in Scandinavian countries where the temperature is considerably lower for longer periods than we experience here in the UK.

Not much. The model & size of the heat pump depends on the heat requirement for the property so varies slightly. Most heat pumps are roughly 1m wide x 1m tall and sit against an external wall. Inside, the new heat pump cylinder will typically go in place of the existing cylinder.

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