Air Source Heat Pumps

A Sustainable Solution for Your Home

Modern heating and cooling systems with an air source heat pump (ASHP) significantly reduce your home’s carbon footprint while still providing efficient heating and cooling. Even at non-zero temperatures, these modern technologies try to keep the climate constant by drawing heat from the air outside. ASHPs add to a more maintainable future by giving an all the more harmless ecosystem choice to regular warming frameworks by means of the utilization of environmentally friendly power sources.
Sustainable Solution for home

Qualifying criteria include:

This is all part of the Governments Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme for heating and free insulation for homes.

You could save £555* or more a year on energy bills just by bringing your insulation up to the level it should be and all FREE.

There are grants available for:

Insulation for Roof

Loft insulation.

Approximately a quarter of the heat that you pay for is lost through the roof of an uninsulated home. Insulating your loft is one of the easiest, most cost-effective way of saving energy and reducing your heating bills. This means that every £100 you spend on heating £25.00 is wasted.

Air Source Heat Pumps: Why Select Them?

1. Energy Efficiency: ASHPs are a very energy-effective choice for your home since they can create up to three times the intensity of energy they take in electrical energy.

2. Cost Savings: Over time, ASHPs might bring about significant energy bill investment funds by bringing down your dependency on traditional heating fuels.

3. Environmental effect: ASHPs help with reducing the natural impact of your home since they have a smaller carbon footprint than conventional heating systems.

4. Versatility: These systems provide year-round comfort in your house by offering both heating and cooling capabilities.

5. Grant Eligibility: An air source heat pump establishment might be, to some extent, covered by government awards or incentives, making it a more financially savvy decision for your home.
Insulated Room in Roof
Attic Room Insulation

Specially designed insulation is fitted to the sloping part of the room and insulation is fixed to the back of the vertical walls. A layer of plasterboard is then installed over the insulation material and plastered ready for decoration.

Things like skirting boards, radiators and light fitting are removed before insulating and replaced afterwards. There is very little disruption and the whole process is completed very quickly.

For more information visit our Free Room in Roof Insulation Page

Bonded Bead Cavity

Cavity wall insulation.

About a third of all the heat you pay for is lost in an uninsulated home. By properly insulating your cavity walls, you will save energy reduce your energy bills. This means that for every £100 you spend on heating £33 of this is being lost through the walls.

In general, houses built later than 1990 will have been built with some form of wall insulation. This is not always the case and we have surveyed many houses built much later than this that have no insulation in the cavity.

Houses in the UK mostly have either solid walls or cavity walls:

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