About Heat Pumps

How do heat pumps work?

A heat pump uses electricity to provide both heating and cooling to a building.

​In the winter, a heat pump provides heating by extracting heat from outside a building and moving it inside. In the summer, it can provide cooling by moving heat from indoors to the outside.

Should I get a new boiler or heat pump?

A properly designed heat pump systems can offer full heating and hot water.

Heat pumps are around 3 to 4 times more efficient than LPG, oil, electricity and gas boilers. So you could benefit from annual savings on your energy bills. Over the course of a year, heat pumps can save you about 20-40% on your annual heating and cooling bills. Heat pumps can also save money through reduced maintenance expenses and by completely eliminating fees for services such as oil delivery.

Can I swap my boiler for a heat pump?

Yes, you can replace your boiler with a heat pump. Such a swap is great if you’re looking to reduce your carbon footprint, as well as the annual running costs of your energy source.

With the UK government’s most recent update of the Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS), the grant level for air source heat pumps and ground source heat pumps is now £7,500. This means that it’s now more affordable than ever to replace a boiler with a heat pump.

For an average 3-bed family home, with the £7500 BUS grant, a complete heat pump system, designed and fully installed can cost as little as £5,500-£7,000.

Do you meet the BUS eligibility criteria?

We handle all the paperwork and applications and the remaining cost of your heat pump investment can be split into monthly repayments through our lending partner.

With summer approaching, there has never been a better time to replace your old boiler with a new heat pump.

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