Heating Systems

Air Source Heat Pump

These are expected to play a crucial role in helping the Government achieve their target of Net Zero greenhouse emissions by 2050. The Air Source Heat Pump (or ASHP for short), is a heating solution not determined by any certain climate. This environmentally friendly solution works by outside air being drawn in over a network of tubes filled with refrigerant gas which circulates at -28°c to extract heat energy from the air outside this is converted into heat energy, which in turn, provides heating and hot water for your home.

They are low carbon, work effectively in sub-zero climates, they are low noise plus they are a source of green energy that is sustainable and renewable with low or no CO2 emissions.

Heating Systems

Advantages of Air Source Heat Pumps

Low carbon Footprint

Save money on energy bills

Can be used for space heating and hot water

High seasonal coefficient of performance (SCOP)

Easy installation process

Low maintenance

Gas Boiler Upgrade

With today’s boilers being far more energy-efficient than older ones, replacing your boiler with a newer model can help you save money on your bills, as well as helping you reduce the carbon emissions of your home and so do your bit to help the UK’s Net Zero plan.

Am I eligible for Gas Boiler Upgrade Scheme?

You must own the property you are applying for to take advantage of this scheme. Plus you are still eligible if you’ve already had funding to make your property more energy efficient, for example, by insulating it.

Not sure about the ‘Gas Boiler Ban’?

With today’s boilers being far more energy-efficient than older ones, replacing your boiler with a newer model can help you save money on your bills, as well as helping you reduce the carbon emissions of your home and so do your bit to help the UK’s Net Zero plan.