Do you want to save money and the environment at the same time?
If you do, you may want to consider an Air Source Heat Pump. Not only is an Air Source Heat Pump a very beneficial investment for your property, it uses no carbon fuels at all, nada, so will not create any greenhouse gas emissions at all, whilst providing you with a nice warm home.
The successful use of a Air Source Heat Pump is dependent on the efficiency of the building itself and what other source of fuel you have available. If your answer is yes to these questions below then it could be an excellent option for you to save money on fuel costs and reduce your carbon footprint:
Are you a homeowner?
Is your home well insulated?
Does your home heating system currently run on oil or electricity?
If you have answered yes then an Air Source Heat Pump is good option for supplying your house with endless heating and hot water.
So what do Air Source Heat Pump’s do? To put it simply, they take the heat from the air outside, and compress it to increase the temperature to heat your home and hot water. Even on a cold day there is still enough heat in the air to create energy, however it is better if you live in a location that has a milder winter climate.
Everyone qualifies for an Air Source Heat Pump and Saving Energy Group has two prices with different conditions to choose from. The first is part funded at £5,000 where the manufacturer receives the RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive) payments from the government; the second full price option is £13,000 and the homeowner receives the RHI payments.
A small amount of electricity is needed to run the Air Source Heat Pump and some people have opted to generate this from our solar panels, creating an energy system that is completely self-sufficient and off-grid. This is an excellent situation to be in, in a world where fuel prices are increasing.
Saving Energy Group work by the guidelines set out by the Department of Energy & Climate Change to see if householder’s properties are suitable for the scheme. We will then be able to advise you as to RHI payments you might expect to receive by installing an air source heat pump at your property, and whether it will be free! Fill out our contact an expert form and find out more about your options for saving money on energy today.