Replace your Oil Boiler with an Air Source Heat Pump

Option 1 - A Self Funding Option for £13,000

•    A fully installed Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pump

•    Endless Hot Water

•    Endless Heat

•    Takes energy from the air

•    Receive government Renewable Heat Incentive (R.H.I.) payments which pay for the system over 7 years


Option 2 - A Funded Option for £5,000

•    A fully installed Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pump

•    Endless Hot Water

•    Endless Heat

•    Takes energy from the air

Your funder will receive the Renewable Heat Incentive Payments from the government





Find out more about Air Source Heat Pumps


An introduction to Air Source Heat Pumps


How do Air Source Heat Pumps work?

The government will pay you a fee depending on how much energy you can convert from being generated by higher carbon methods like, oil fired boilers, electric storage heaters, solid fuel boilers or gas boilers, to air source heat pumps which are low in carbon emissions. This fee is called the Renewable Heat Incentive or RHI for short.

The RHI that the government will pay depends on your current carbon footprint and we have calculated that if you currently have a high carbon footprint, the fee paid by the government over the next seven years can be greater than the cost of equivalent loan to buy and install an air source heat pump, effectively making it free for qualifying households.

Watch the video to see how Air Source Heat Pumps Work

What are the main benefits of an air source heat pump?

Houses that have installed an air source heat pump will have lower fuel bills and lower carbon emissions depending on which fuel has been replaced. Once installed there is no requirement for fuel deliveries, and there is minimal on-going maintenance required, you will also have a system that maintains reliability over a 20-year plus life expectancy.

Do I qualify?

Everyone qualifies, Fully funded or Part funded. Saving Energy Group are working to guidelines set out by the Department of Energy & Climate Change to check 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!

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The Installation of an Air Source Heat Pump


An Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) is an energy saving unit which transfers heat from outside to inside a building, by storing it in a unit that can be used when needed.  It can be used instead of a boiler, and is self sustaining saving you hundreds of pounds per year.  

The benefits of air source heat pumps

If you're looking to save money on your energy costs, have a low carbon footprint and get paid to use a new energy unit then an Air Source Heat Pump is something worth considering. By extracting heat energy from the air and converting it to be used within your home, your not only using a natural resource but you will save hundreds of pounds a year.  

Government Funded Grants

Not only are these units and ideal way to save on your monthly energy costs, but the UK government actually wants you to purchase and install these units.   The scheme provides Government funding for energy-efficient, Air Source Heat Pumps, which reduces carbon emissions and can save around £500 per year on your fuel bills. This is part of the Home Affordable Warmth which is aimed at addressing fuel poverty in across the UK.


Reduce your carbon footprint and find out if you qualify today!


How do Air Source Heat Pumps work?

The ideal energy saving unit works by using vapor compression refrigeration, which involves a compressor and a condenser to absorb heat from outside air and releases it through your existing radiators, under floor heating, or warm air convectors and even the hot water in your home.  It can get heat from the air even when the temperature is as low as -15° C. Heat pumps have some impact on the environment as they need electricity to run, but the heat they extract from the ground, air, or water is constantly being renewed naturally.

All matter has something called ambient energy, which exists even below "freezing" temperatures or below 0°C.  Indeed, there is also heat 'Absolute Zero', or −273.15° however there is no where on the planet that gets that cold, but it provides an example that heat energy exists and can be extracted and used to heat your home by extracting the heat from the ground.

If you feel the back of a refrigerator you will notice there is a radiant heat, and yet your freezer is still cold.  This is an example of a heat pump where  although a freezer maintains a temperature of -18 C, it still has enough heat energy inside to warm the element behind the fridge.  The amount of energy that a refrigerator uses is very small in comparison to the amount of energy that can be extracted from the environment. 

Air Source Heat Pumps are easier to install that ground source heat pumps, and are also designed to produce far more energy than the electrical grid, allowing you to take advantage of lower fuel costs and an endless source of warmth and comfort in your home.  An efficient energy source heat pump only uses 1 unit of electrical energy and  can produce 4 or 5 units of heat energy.