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Air Source Heat Pumps

Heat your home and hot water from the air outside

Ideal for Office Premises, Business Parks and Commercial Enterprises

An Air Source Heat Pump draws in heat freely from the air outside and transfers this into useable heat inside.

Air Source Heat Pumps can significantly reduce heating costs and increase your businesses green credentials, providing you with all the heating you need in the winter months.

The low-level constant heat will also create a more comfortable working environment for employees.

Lower Fuel Bills and Reduce Carbon Footprint

An Air Source Heat Pump can reduce the cost of heating your business because less energy is needed to generate the same amount of heat.

You will also be shielded long-term from rising fuel prices, which when rising can generate a considerable extra cost to businesses.

Air Source Heat Pumps generate much lower CO2 emissions than conventional heating systems and are much more efficient.

Save Money and Get Paid to Switch Through the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (RHI)

The Government run Renewable Heat Incentive scheme provides payments to industry, businesses and public sector organisations, hoping to meet the cost of installing an Air Source Heat Pump.

This Government run scheme pays participants for every kilowatt of energy that their system generates.

The scheme provides payments for twenty years. Payments are made on a quarterly basis and are indexed linked.

Renewable Heat Incentive payments are designed to payback up to 80% of the cost of the Air Source Heat Pump installation.

Benefits of an Air Source Heat Pump

  • Lower fuel bills and future protection against rising fossil fuel costs
  • Income through the UK government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
  • Low running costs
  • Improved heating comfort levels
  • Quiet running units, located outdoors and not heard from inside
  • Minimal maintenance required
  • Easy to install
  • Permitted development under planning rules

How Does an Air Source Heat Pump Work?

They operate rather like a refrigerator in reverse, absorbing heat from the air into a working fluid which is passed into a compressor, where it’s temperature is increased before it is transferred via a heat exchanger into the heating and hot water circuits of the building.

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