Air Source Heat Pumps
Air source heat pumps extract energy from the air outside, even if it’s as cold as -15°C, and deliver heat throughout your home at a lower temperature over a longer time period. The heat from the outside air is absorbed into a fluid which is compelled into a heat exchanger in the heat pump. With a modified central heating system fitted by our technicians, you are then able to harness this air source heat. For a more detailed explanation, see our blog post here.
There are two types of air source heat pumps that can collect renewable energy and convert it into fuel for your heating system: air to air heat pumps and air to water heat pumps.
Air To Water Heat Pumps
Air to water heat pumps collect energy from the air surrounding your property and then distributes it through your heating system using water. It is most efficient at lower temperatures so is ideal for underfloor heating and heating exceptionally large radiators.
We can help cut your energy bills in an environmentally friendly way!
Air to air heat pumps collect energy from the air, which is then processed to produce warm air for your home via a fan heating system. Again this works at a lower temperature, so it is most effective if left on over a long period of time at a lower temperature.
We offer a range of renewable heating setups, including solar heating and ground source heat pumps. All help to limit your impact on the environment whilst save you money!