Air Source Heat Pumps
- Save dramatically on your existing heating costs
- Receive a 7 year Government Income – index linked
- Improve Your Property Value
- Reduce Co2 Emissions
Cost Saving – Efficient:
An Air Source Heat Pump is one of the most efficient ways of heating your home, they are 300% efficient, meaning for every 1kWh of electricity you use to run the pump, 3kWh of heat will be generated to heat your home.The system uses traditional water filled radiators for space heating and a domestic hot water cylinder for your hot water. An “Air to Water” heat pump will achieve vast savings in running costs against an existing Oil, LPG, Solid Fuel or Electric Heating Systems.
Generate a 7 Year Income – Government Incentive:
The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (Domestic RHI) is a government financial incentive to promote the use of renewable heat. Switching to heating systems that use eligible energy sources can help the UK reduce its carbon emissions and meet its renewable energy targets.
People who join the scheme receive quarterly payments for seven years for the amount of clean, green renewable heat it’s estimated their system produces.
Since opening in April 2014, the scheme has already seen thousands of people successfully join and receive payments from the Government. For more information on the RHI, click here to visit the Ofgem Government website.
Savings and income example of a customer currently spending £1300 per annum on electric heating:
|Existing Electric System||New Air Source Heat Pump|
|Total Savings & Income||£0||£1510|
If this customer keeps there existing system it will cost them £1300 per annum (-£1300)
If they install a new heat pump they will have saved and earned £1510 per annum
after paying for their heating (+£1510)
*This is an example only, an energy performance certificate (EPC)will determine your exact income from the RHI, we can arrange this for you.
Contact one of our friendly team on 03335 772 544 to arrange a professional survey to determine if a heat pump would be suitable for your property or complete the enquiry form on the website.