Air Source Heat Pump
Air source heat pumps are the renewable, low carbon alternative to traditional high carbon heating systems for your home. This reliable, renewable heating technology delivers highly efficient sustainable space heating and hot water all year round.
What Is An Air Source Heat Pump?
Air source heat pumps are the renewable, low carbon alternative to traditional high carbon heating systems. By eliminating the need for costly fossil fuels like gas and oil, it can help cut your energy bills, lower your carbon footprint, and earn quarterly payments. Air source heat pumps are a renewable technology that is backed by the government green homes grant.
Air Source Heat Pumps are located external to your property. They are classed as a renewable energy source so 75% renewable energy and 25% electricity. On average, every unit of electricity the pump uses for power, it will generate 3 to 4 units of heat.
Air Source Heat Pump Benefits
There are many benefits to creating an eco-friendly home to reduce your carbon footprint and therefore increase the EPC rating of your home.
highly energy-efficient system
Cuts your energy bills and CO2 emissions
Government incentive grants
Air Source Heat Pumps are a part of the Green Homes Grant Government scheme
Award-winning low noise levels
Endorsed with the Quiet Mark from the Noise Abatement Society
Future-proof heating solution
Heat pumps will soon become one of the primary sources of heating in the UK
"Using renewable technology it is the perfect home heating solution for off-gas homeowners"
Why Install An Air Source Heat Pump?
Air Source Heat Pumps are a renewable energy source, using external air – not gas – to heat water for your radiators and taps.
Because they are a renewable energy source, Air Source Heat Pumps will significantly reduce your heating bills.
You will also be able to qualify for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), to receive quarterly payments for up to 7-years, which help to offset the cost of installation.
Thermostatic radiator valves work with the heat pump to control the temperature throughout individual rooms within your home; whereas older methods produce one temperature throughout the house, leading to more heat waste throughout the day.
The heat pump is 75% renewable energy, you’ll have the chance to reduce your carbon footprint and therefore increase the EPC rating of your home.
Start Your Eco Journey Here
To start reducing your carbon footprint and energy bills contact the experienced professionals at Eco Trust to see how we can help you.
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