Installing an Air Source Heat Pump in your home can seem like a big decision to make as you will be essentially changing the way you heat your home and hot water from then on, which to some people might seem like a huge change to their property. However, below we are going to look at some of the pros you get from installing this kind of heating system and how it can benefit you in the long run.
Air Source Heat Pumps use less energy to provide heating and hot water to your property so you will benefit from lower energy bills by moving away from expensive fuels like gas and oil. These systems also have lower running costs which will save you even more money all year round.
Getting an Air Source Heat Pump system installed in your home will help you lower your carbon footprint and help do your bit for the environment.
Air Source Heat Pumps are very easy to install especially from experienced installers like us here at Greener Living. These units can be securely mounted to the side of a building or bolted to the floor ensuring the unit’s protection in any weather condition.
When you install a Heat Pump system, you will qualify to earn an income through the government’s Renewable Heat Initiative (RHI) scheme.
Basically, you do not need to apply for planning permission to install an Air Source Heat Pump in your home due to the ease at which these systems can be installed, however, there are some rules and regulations you must follow and we will cover them here. If you live in a listed property or conservation area you could find that there are some restrictions and if you are unsure contacting your local authority before starting installation would be a good idea just to make sure.
Who wouldn’t want a state of the art heating system for their heating and hot water needs? An Air Source Heat Pump system is built to last and comes from years of development and testing to make it the most efficient way to heat your property on the market today.
Air Source Heat Pumps are designed to be very energy-efficient. They generate fewer carbon emissions than a typical gas boiler, and their heat output outweighs their electricity input by far.
Air source heat pumps generally require minimal maintenance. It’s recommended that you organise a service for your system every year as this is needed for you to claim your money back as part of the Renewable Heat Incentive.
A well-maintained Air Source Heat Pump could last over 20 years which is why we offer 3 different service plans for your customers to select from to keep their system in good working order.
Many countries in Scandinavia have been using this kind of technology to heat their homes for ages, only now is the UK pushing to upgrade people’s home heating systems to hit environmental targets meaning an Air Source Heat Pump is built to work efficiently all year round even on colder days.
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