Air source heat pump – is it right for your home?

The Arran Banner - - Feature - By Norman Pater­son DipDEA

How you heat your home it is one of the most im­por­tant de­ci­sions you will make.

Get it wrong and you could end up with high bills or an un­com­fort­able house.

If you are on the gas grid, the choice is sim­ple. You in­stall a mains gas boiler.

How­ever, if you are off the grid, weigh­ing up the op­tions is dif­fi­cult.

Elec­tric heat­ing can be the most ex­pen­sive method. Oil and LPG in­volve de­liv­er­ies with high fluc­tu­a­tions in price.

So, it is great to be able to of­fer cus­tomers an op­tion that can be as cheap to run as mains gas and with all the mod­ern heat­ing con­trols peo­ple ex­pect.

In the past two years, we have fit­ted 65 of th­ese sys­tems on Ar­ran alone.

So, when de­cid­ing if an air source heat pump is a suit­able al­ter­na­tive, there are the five things to con­sider:

1. How much will it cost to in­stall?

2. How much of a grant will you get from the Re­new­able Heat In­cen­tive?

3. How much will it cost a year to run?

4. How much money will I save com­pared to my ex­ist­ing sys­tem?

5. Is my home suit­able for an air source heat pump?

We pro­vide all the an­swer to th­ese ques­tions in the form of a com­pre­hen­sive Home Re­port so you can de­cide in your own time if this sys­tem is for you.

There is no cost for this nor are you un­der any obli­ga­tion.

Con­tact us to­day to ar­range your free Air Source Heat Pump Suit­abil­ity Re­port.

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