Air Source Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat Pumps

Say:

No to Oil! & No to LPG!
Yes to 40% energy savings + 7 Years of RHI Payments

Air Source Heat Pumps – A better way to heat your home!

Air source heat pumps will fit into your current heating systems, and will provide all of your heating & hot water needs for the home.

Not only do air source heat pumps reduce your fuel bills and save you money, they reduce your carbon footprint. It is also 4 times more energy efficient than a boiler system by absorbing energy from the outdoor environment.

Air source heat pumps are the perfect energy solution for many properties, especially off gas households. You can also gain extra income from the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).

A professional, local service based in Lincoln as well as Lincolnshire’s longest serving accredited Air Source Heat Pump company.

Enjoy The Benefits

  • Receive up to £1,500 per year for 7 years tax-free with the Governments Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Payments
  • Fixed quarterly payments
  • Reduce your heating bills by up to 40% year on year
  • You will no longer have to pay for high priced Oil and LPG
  • Professional, local service based in Lincoln
  • Works well with Solar PV

How It Works

Heat from the air is absorbed at low temperature into a fluid. This fluid then passes through a compressor where its temperature is increased, and transfers its higher temperature heat to the heating and hot water circuits of the house.   This heat can then be used to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems, or warm air convectors and hot water in your property. It can generate heat from the outside air even when the temperature outside is as low as -15°C.   An air-to-water system distributes heat via your wet central heating system. Heat pumps work much more efficiently at a lower temperature than a standard boiler system would. So they are suitable for radiators and underfloor heating systems, which give out heat at lower temperatures over longer periods of time.  

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