Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat Pump

Why air source heat pump?

You could receive funding for the installation through the Green homes Scheme ( Option to click on Green Home Grant Scheme and it take you to the Green Homes page)which we hold all the accreditations for. Everyone is entitled to 2/3 of the upfront cost up to a maximum on £5,000 and if you or anybody in the property is in receipt of benefits you can get top £10,000 making the installation fully funded subject to survey.

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is the world’s first long-term financial support programme for incentivising the implementation of renewable heat energy. The RHI pays people that generate and use renewable energy to heat their properties, the mission being to greatly increase the generation of heat from renewable rather than fossil fuels and help the UK reduce greenhouse gas emissions that effect climate change.

The high-grade heat produced can easily be integrated to work in tandem with existing heating systems. This helps minimise initial costs as the heating distribution system may not have to be upgraded.

There is an average rolling heat temperature maintained in the property meaning increased efficiency and lower energy bills, on the whole Air source is around 60% more efficient than oil and 40% more efficient than gas.

More reason to make the move to Heat

You’re in safe hands 

You have a dedicated team with 15 years’ experience to guide you through the process holding all the highest accreditation such as MCS and have access to multiple different funding streams giving you the best deal.

Independence 

Don’t be bullied by the big energy companies be in Control of your own bills and rates.

Greener Tomorrow 

Do your bit by reducing your carbon footprint and save the planet.

Financial incentives 

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) pays people that generate and use renewable energy to heat their properties

 

 

 

 

Please note that whatever your claim on your green home grant it will be deducted from your RHI payments.

Ground Source Heat Pump

Why Ground source heat pump?

You could receive funding for the installation through the Green homes Scheme (Option to click on Green Home Grant Scheme and it take you to the Green Homes page) which we hold all the accreditations for. Everyone is entitled to 2/3 of the upfront cost up to a maximum on £5,000 and if you or anybody in the property is in receipt of benefits you can get top £10,000.

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is the world’s first long-term financial support programme for incentivising the implementation of renewable heat energy. The RHI pays people that generate and use renewable energy to heat their properties, the mission being to greatly increase the generation of heat from renewable rather than fossil fuels and help the UK reduce greenhouse gas emissions that effect climate change.

Please note that whatever your claim on your green home grant it will be deducted from your RHI payments.

The high-grade heat produced can easily be integrated to work in tandem with heating systems such as radiators. This helps minimise initial costs as the heating distribution system does not typically have to be upgraded.

There is an average rolling heat temperature maintained in the property meaning increased efficiency and lower energy bills, on the whole Air source is around 60% more efficient than oil and 40% more efficient than gas.

You’re in safe hands 

You have a dedicated team with 15 years’ experience to guide you through the process holding all the highest accreditation such as MCS and have access to multiple different funding streams giving you the best deal.

Independence 

Don’t be bullied by the big energy companies be in Control of your own bills and rates.

Greener Tomorrow 

Do your bit by reducing your carbon footprint and save the planet.

Financial incentives 

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) pays people that generate and use renewable energy to heat their properties

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  1. Savings
  2. STATE-OF-THE-ART CONTROLS

The money you can potentially save using heat pumps will depend on a variety of different factors which we would explain and go through with you. The main thing is that it’s well integrated with your current heating set up and puts you in full control. Also, it’s important that the heat pump system you have installed is done so with realistic expectations for your specific environment and isn’t unduly relied upon if you have high level energy needs in your home (like most families). If it’s possible to implement, under-floor heating is typically more energy efficient than centrally heated radiators as the water doesn't need to be heated up to such high temperatures.

Heat pumps can reduce domestic heating and maintenance costs compared to traditional boilers as well as negate the need for fuel deliveries. Installing a good quality heat pump will also undoubtedly add market value to your property.

You can save up to 80% of your heating costs compared to electric heating systems and up to 60% on heating costs compared to oil-fired or LPG boilers. In fact, savings can be so high that the cost of investment is paid back in just a few years.

Comfort

Many modern heat pumps can both heat and cool your home, providing a comfortable indoor climate right through the year. A heat pump needs minimal servicing or maintenance and once installed, you rarely have to worry about it (unlike traditional boilers!).

Government Renewable Heat incentive

As well as the benefit for producing free heating for your home and doing your bit for the environment, there is now a Government incentive called RH (Renewable Heating Incentive)

18.8 p/kWh is paid for Ground source pumps and 7.3p/kWh for Air source pumps. For both technologies payments continue for 7 years and are linked to inflation.

It is also possible to give you complete control of your heat pump system via the internet. You can keep a regular check on the temperature inside and outside your home and see the current operating status. In the unlikely event that a fault occurs, the pump itself activates an alarm. The alarm message can be sent via text message and/or email to you or your installer. This means that any fault can be quickly rectified.

The Heat Pumps many Benefits include:

  • Reliable, tried and tested technology.
  • Huge savings on fuel bills.
  • Significant reduction in CO2 emissions.
  • Uses less energy and utilises sustainable resource.
  • Easy care, no scheduled maintenance costs.
  • Provides both heating and hot water.
  • Can also provide comfort cooling.
  • Able to heat swimming pools.
  • Compact footprint of around 0.5 m2.
  • Can work both with radiators and underfloor heating.
  • No boiler or fuel tank.
  • No dangerous gases within the house.
  • No local pollution.

The question is which method is best for you? We can help you with this decision.

Air

With an air source heat pump you don’t need to dig or drill. You simply retrieve the energy directly from the surrounding air using an air handling unit. The heat pump is located indoors or outdoors, depending on which model you choose.

Advantages

  • Lower investment costs
  • No drilling needed
  • No impact on the ground and normally no obligation to report the installation to municipal environmental health boards

Ground

Ground source heat pumps retrieve the solar energy found in the ground via a pipe that is buried under your land or property. At a depth of approximately one metre the pipe is coiled around your plot and the energy is then received from the ground in a similar way to the bedrock heat.

Advantages

  • No drilling needed
  • Lower installation costs
  • The pipe in the ground maintains an even temperature throughout the year

Bedrock

A bedrock heat pump uses the solar energy found in the bedrock. Pipes are lowered through one or more boreholes (50-200metres deep) into the bedrock.

Advantages

  • No great size of plot required
  • Little impact on your plot
  • The hole in the rock maintains an even temperature throughout the year
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