Renewable energy heating such as ground source heat pumps or air source heat pumps are becoming an increasingly popular choice for those looking to install renewable.
Products in the home: An air source heat pump is a piece of renewable technology that generates hot and cold water. It does this by absorbing heat from the air outside and then using this to heat the radiators and water in your home. Even when temperatures drop to as low as -15° C, your air pump will still continue to absorb heat from the air. An air source heat pump looks similar to an air conditioning unit. They are usually placed outdoors at the side or back of a property. They make very little noise and are powered by electricity.
The main advantage of air source heat pumps is that they can help safeguard against the fluctuations in oil and LPG prices that leave homeowners vulnerable to the ever-rising costs of heating their home. The air-to-water pumps can be integrated into UK heating systems with ease, causing minimal disruption to the homeowner. They also eliminate the need for on-site fuel storage and can be used as part of an efficient all-electric heating solution. Furthermore, air-to-water heat pumps offer excellent energy savings compared to alternatives like standard electric, LPG or oil. They can also reduce carbon emissions, whilst offering a more sustainable heating solution than oil and LPG sources.
As experts within the heating industry, we can help you to develop bespoke heating systems that meet the requirements of even the most complex installations.
Using the extensive range of products and system accessories offered by Vaillant, you’d be hard pressed to find another manufacturer that can match our offering of flexible system solutions.
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Whatever you decide to do we can look at all the elements you need and provide you with some projected costs and benefits.
Contact Dave on 07833 601681 to arrange a free no obligation quotation or use our contact us page on this website
Contact Dave on 07833 601681 for friendly initial advice and to arrange a free no obligation quotation or use our contact us page on this website.