Save Money on heating bills and lower CO2 emissions in Manchester
What Is an Air Source Heat Pump
Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP) work by transferring heat absorbed from the outside air to an indoor space, such as a home or an office via the wet central heating systems to heat radiators and provide domestic hot water. Heat pumps work in the opposite way to a refrigerator. By absorbing heat and efficiently transferring it to another temperature, subsequently, 60% saving on heating costs can be achieved. They can also work as a cooling system in the summer months.
How Does it work
An air source heat pump is placed outdoors at the side or back of a property. It extracts and uses heat from the air and increases it to a higher temperature using a heat pump. Needing low amounts of electricity to run, as a result it uses less electrical energy than the heat it produces. Heat Pumps can offer around 400% efficiency.
Why Should I install one
- Lower energy bills
- Eligibility for the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
- Low Maintenance
- No on site carbon emissions