Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP)

What are they? what are the benefits? and how much do they cost?

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What is an Air source heat pump?

Air source heat pumps work by extracting heat from outside air or the ground, and using it to warm your home.

In contrast to traditional heating systems which require you to burn gas or wood to produce hot air, this green technology works similarly to a refrigerator they absorb heat and transfer it to another medium, in this case the warm inside air. Heat pumps are a great way to save energy, because they take advantage of the heat that’s already in the air.

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What are the benefits?

Low running cost & low carbon footprint

Green energy

Air source heat pumps will help play a major role in helping the country achieve net zero carbon emissions.

10 Year Guarantee

With an (up to) 10 year guarantee you can be safe in the knowledge you are getting solid and reliable technology.

Low Noise Levels

Roughly speaking standing at the appliance noise levels are around 55db 

Great Performance

You can rely on low operating costs along with high performance during all seasons throughout the year. 

Affordable

With the government grant of up to £5k towards the ashp, the set up costs as well as the running costs are affordable.

Smart Controls

Smart controls and smart ashp that link to your network providing the cheapest rate of electric to heat your home.

warm and cosy house thanks to an air source heat pump and underfloor heating
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How much does an ASHP cost?

All installations are different and the scope of work will vary but the below will give you a guideline on the average costs for a ASHP solution.

Retrofitting

Underfloor Heating Systems

If you are looking into under floor heating but don’t want the costly low level tray method or do not want your existing floor taken all the way back to footings. A retrofit underfloor heating system would be the answer. 
 
A machine routes out a grove in the screed/concrete which pipe is then inserted into. There is little mess with this method as the machine collects all the excess material as it’s grinding it. 
 
This is a very good fit for retrofit system when old radiators need to be upgraded and made larger for an ashp. 
 
You gain more space and a better economy. It’s also cost effective and normally takes between one and two days to grind and install the pipework. 
 
Contact us so we can arrange a quotation with an installer near you. All services subject to a floor test prior to installation.

Retrofit UFH System

We embed water pipes (that carry warm water) into a layer of sand and cement screed - this helps spread the heat across the floor surface.

Cost effective solution

A retrofit UFH system is not only less expensive to install but along with an ASHP will also help save on your energy bills.

Underfloor Heating embedded in sand cement screed
Retrofit Underfloor Heating
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Save big with the boiler upgrade scheme

The Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) is a government backed incentive that provides you with £7,000 off your air source heat pump installation.

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