Heat your home with new sustainable air source technology. A carbon friendly way to reduce your energy bills
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Air Source Heating Technology
Air source heat pumps use eco-friendly technology to provide heating and hot water to your home. They are more energy efficient than other heating systems because the amount of heat they produce is greater than the amount of electricity needed to power them.
How do heat pumps work?
A heat pump converts heat from the outside air into water. The fluid then passes through a heat exchanger which raises the temperature and produces hot water for your home.
How does it heat my home?
A heat pump provides hot water for your radiators or under floor heating in the same way as a boiler. It also provides hot water for your taps.
What are the benefits?
An air source heat pump is a sustainable alternative to fossil fuel heating systems which can substantially reduce your energy costs and carbon footprint.
An air source heat pump uses electricity to provide heat for your home. The energy it uses to do this is significantly less than the heat energy it generates. It uses heat which is already present in the outside environment. During the process no fuel is burned therefore a heat pump does not emit any carbon dioxide emissions.
The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) is a government energy efficiency scheme in Great Britain which aims to help reduce carbon emissions and tackle fuel poverty.
The scheme began in April 2013, and over time it has been amended. The latest policy, ECO3, commenced on 3 December 2018, and applies to measures completed from 1 October 2018.
Under ECO3, obligated suppliers must provide funding for measures which improve the ability of low income, fuel poor and vulnerable households to heat their homes.
This includes grant funding for actions that result in heating savings, such as cavity wall insulation, solid wall insulation and loft insulation.
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