What is an Air Source Heat Pump?


Last Update 2 years ago

Chances are, you have already been using a Heat Pump all your life without noticing. 

Your refrigerator actually uses the same technology to remove heat from inside it. Our Air Source Heat Pumps do that but in reverse by using heat stored in the outside air and transferring its heat into the hot water tank in your home by using the same "Vapour Compression Cycle" as your refrigerator.  

Air Source Heat Pumps absorb heat from the outside air with a unit that will sit outside the home. This heat can then be used to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems and hot water for your home. This will get rid of the need for gas meaning no gas bills and a greener and more energy-efficient heating system.

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