Air Source Heat Pump Installation
Air source heat pumps (ASHP) extract heat from the outside air to heat your home and water. The air source heat pump system is classified as a renewable energy solution and could qualify you, the homeowner, for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) government grant.
Benefits of an Air Source Heat Pump:
- Add value to your property
- Lower fuel bills
- Additional savings through domestic RHI
- Free 12 month maintenance contract
- Reduces carbon (CO2) emissions
- Heats even in low temperatures
Work Work will guide you through the entire process from surveying your property and applying for RHI funding, to installation and aftercare. Work Work will suggest the most efficient heat pump for your home, ensuring you’re getting the best saving benefits for your property’s heating system.Installation process
Frequently Asked Questions
Air source heat pumps work like your refrigerator but instead of cooling, they heat. The heat pump pulls the heat from the outside air with its fan, the air then reacts with a liquid refrigerant, which changes state to a gas as it boils. The gas is compressed which dramatically increases the temperature and is used to heat your water system. Air source heat pumps are still effective even in cold temperatures, guaranteeing you a nice, toasty home all year round.
Each air source heat pump installation is unique. The installation will range from approximately £7,000 upwards.
Not every home is suitable for a heat pump system. The technical survey at the beginning of the installation process is key to ensure the correct system is installed for your home.
Every home and heating use is different so the savings will vary per household. Cost savings also depend on the type of heat system the air source heat pump is replacing.
An air source heat pump produces around 40 – 60 decibels of noise. This is equivalent to your refrigerator or light traffic.
Installation time varies on a per-project basis. If insulation needs to be added to the home, where the heat pump will be placed and the unit inside the home. Air source heat pumps typically take 11 days to install.
Air source heat pumps work with different sized radiators, the on-site survey will assess your current radiators.
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