Where is it best to position my Air Source Heat Pump?


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You’ll need a place outside your property where a unit can be fitted to a wall or placed on the ground. It will need plenty of space around it to get a good flow of air. A sunny wall is ideal. The external unit is connected to an internal unit containing circulation pumps and hot water, which is usually smaller than the average boiler.

As a general rule, an Air Source Heat Pumps is much easier to install than a ground source heat pump, as they do not require any land to be dug up for installation. The size of the Air Source Heat Pump will vary depending on your home’s heat demand – the bigger the home, the bigger the heat pump unit you’ll need.

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