Air Source Heat Pump
Full system design and installation
What is an Air Source Heat Pump?
Air Source Heat Pumps are typically installed on the outside wall of a building, they make a hugely efficient alternative to traditional heating systems, lowering the number of fossil fuels burnt to heat your home and domestic water supply. ASHP’s generate heat by utilising the ambient outside air temperature. ASHP’s use a system involving a refrigerant, condenser and compressor to increase the outside air temperature to usually 70-80 Celcius and then transfers this heat to your home through your heating system, radiators, underfloor heating system, hot air vent system and also to your hot water storage cylinder!
How will it benefit you?
- Air source heat pumps are proven to be 350% effiencent on average over each season, meaning that for every unit of electrical energy used to run the ASHP it will generate 3.5 units of heating to your home.
- ASHP run of electrical energy, so if you have a solar array on your home it will produce heat from your renewable energy generation, meaning that your home heating bills will dramatically reduce.
- CEE is accredited by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MSC) for ASHP’s which mean our customers can also benefit from the Green Home Grant and Renewable Heat Insentive which entitles our customers to a grant towards the cost of the ASHP of up to £10000 and quartley payments towards renewable energy generation!