Make the switch to a Heat Pump

A specialist in heat Pump Installation for Essex, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Kent, London and more. Having completed over 1,500 Installations our team are here to help you with your Heat Pump purchase.

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Stay Cosy and Save Energy. Switch to a Heat Pump.

Heat pumps are an energy-efficient way to heat your home while reducing your overall energy costs. Say goodbye to carbon-intensive fossil fuel dependence and hello to year-round comfort with a brand new heat pump.

Air source heat pumps extract heat from outside air to warm homes, offering energy efficiency and sustainability. With a reduced carbon footprint compared to traditional fossil fuel systems, they provide heating and hot water powered by electricity. All the models we offer are quiet and reliable, making them the choice for cost-effective, low-carbon heating.

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Quiet heat pump unit outside

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Hot water cylinder inside

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Easy to use controller

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Heating at sub zero temperatures

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Added value to your home

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No more burning fossil fuels

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The writing's on the wall. Gas boilers are being banned in new build homes from 2025.

The UK is on a determined path to reduce emissions, striving for net-zero by 2050.

In line with this commitment, new build homes will not be allowed to install gas boilers from now feature alternative, eco-friendly heating solutions, as traditional gas boilers, and the sale of gas boilers will be banned from 2035.

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How do Heat Pumps work? Just like boilers they provide heating and hot water

Often people can get caught up with the ins and outs of a techology, but do you know what's going on with the diaphragm expansion vessel in your boiler?

Is a heat pump really 3x more efficient than a new gas boiler?

The efficiency of your Air Source Heat Pump can exceed 350%, this is because they transfer heat rather than generate it like traditional electric, gas or oil heating systems. That means that for every unit of electricity it takes to power your pump, it produces upwards of three units of heat. To offer some perspective, an electric heater operates at around 95% efficiency, so it takes one unit of electricity to produce one unit of heat.

+350%

more efficient than your gas boiler

£7,500

Government contribution

Will a heat pump be enough to heat my home even in the depths of winter?

Heat pumps work by sucking-in vapour from the outside air, and compressing it under high pressure in order to generate heat.

It doesn't matter how cold the initial outside vapour is, meaning even in the depths of winter when it's freezing cold outside your home and you family will remain nice and toasty on the inside.

-20°C

The temperature at which you’ll still be producing heat

Will the heat pump be noisy?

All heat pumps make some level of noise due to their working components. We are an MCS Certified installer which means all of our heat pump installations are MCS Certified, are eligible for the government Renewable Heat Incentive and are guaranteed to have a decibel noise rating of 45 or less at a 1-metre distance. That's less noise than the average home fridge makes and a little more than leaves rustling outside.

45db

The approximate noise level at a 1-meter distance from the pump

10db

The approximate noise level for your neighbours at a 4-meter distance

It pays to have a heat pump from EPC, in fact it pays £7,500.

The UK Governments Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) means you can get an upfront £7,500 grant to use to install a Heat Pump

£7.5k

Compared to traditional heating systems, Heat Pumps are a no-brainer

They can save you money on your energy bills and help to protect the planet. What's not to like?
Let's take a look at the comparable statistics.

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Gas Boiler
  • 94%up to % efficient
  • 0.216kgCarbon Emissions (kgCO2/KWh)
Air Source Heat Pumps
  • 400%up to % efficient
  • 0.080kgCarbon Emissions (kgCO2/KWh)
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We offer a range of solutions to improve your home

If you are looking to lower your carbon footprint further, we also provide a range of other energy-saving products that can be installed on your project.

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Solar PV

Tesla Powerwall

Battery Storage

Zappi ev charger

EV Charging Points

MVHR

Mechanical Ventilation (MVHR)

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Underfloor Heating

Is a Heat Pump suitable for your home?

Heat Pumps can be installed in most homes. The type of pump needed will be determined by the size of your house as well as other factors like how well insulated your home is.

A survey is needed to check all the finer details, but once complete we'll supply you with a choice of suitable pumps for your home. We'll be on hand to talk you through your options and assist with choosing the best solution for your home.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Got a question for the EPC team? Take a look at some of our FAQ's below.

What are the main benefits of switching to renewable energy solutions?
The key benefits include reduced energy bills, decreased carbon footprint, increased property value, and improved energy independence. Our solutions not only lower your reliance on traditional energy sources but also offer a cleaner, more sustainable way of living.
Do Air Source Heat Pumps make a lot of noise?
The short answer is no. ASHP's are actually very quiet. They do make some level of noise due to their working components, but all our installations are MCS Certified which means your heat pump is guaranteed to have a decibel noise rating of 45 or less at a 1-metre distance. That's less noise than the average home fridge makes and a little more than leaves rustling.
Will my heat pump still work in colder temperatures and winter?
Yes, heat pumps are able to extract heat from the air even when temperatures are as low as -10, so you will still have a nice toasty house and hot water in even the coldest depths of winter.
Do heat pumps work with existing radiators and systems such as solar panels and underfloor heating?
All Air Source Heat Pumps can be installed to integrate with your existing radiators and are a great match for underfloor heating systems. Floors obviously cover a much bigger area than radiators so they don’t need to get as hot but will provide the same amount of heat. You can also combine your heat pump with solar photovoltaic (PV) panels which would make your carbon footprint even smaller!
Where does the heat pump get installed?
The heat pump itself will be installed outside your house, ideally on the side or rear to minimise the external appearance of your property. It will need to be on a solid, flat surface such as a concrete base so it is stable and also be subject to good airflow to ensure maximum efficiency. It must also be situated a minimum of 1-metre away from any boundary lines to neighbours.
Do I need to obtain planning permission?
Providing you don't have a wind turbine on your property then you will not require planning permission as in most cases, the installation of an Air Source Heat Pump is classed as permitted development. Do always check with your local authority to err on the side of caution.

Switching with EPC is as easy as 1-2-3

How we work couldn't be simpler. You answer a few questions about your property, then sit back, relax, and we'll take care of the rest.

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Answer some quick and easy questions about your property using our simple online form

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We'll run a speedy check to see which heat pumps are best suited for you and your property

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We'll provide you with suitable options for your home, alongside prices for each, including installation

Areas we cover for the heat pump installations:

Essex

  • Colchester

  • Basildon

  • Chelmsford

  • Harlow

  • Brentwood

  • Clacton-on-Sea

  • Thundersley (/ South Benfleet)

  • Braintree

  • Canvey Island

  • Billericay

  • Loughton

  • Rayleigh

  • Wickford

  • Witham

  • Maldon

  • Harwich

  • Waltham Abbey

  • Saffron Walden

  • South Woodham Ferrers

  • Hockley (/ Hawkwell)

  • Halstead

  • Rochford

  • Chigwell

  • Buckhurst Hill

  • Epping

  • Great Dunmow

  • Tiptree

  • Brightlingsea

  • Stansted Mountfitchet

  • Runwell

  • Burnham-on-Crouch

  • Berechurch

  • Great Notley

Hertfordshire

  • Watford

  • Hemel Hempstead

  • Stevenage

  • St Albans

  • Welwyn Garden City

  • Cheshunt

  • Hatfield

  • Bishop's Stortford

  • Hoddesdon

  • Borehamwood

  • Hitchin

  • Letchworth

  • Harpenden

  • Hertford

  • Bushey

  • Rickmansworth

  • Potters Bar

  • Berkhamsted

  • Ware

  • Abbots Langley (/ Kings Langley)

  • Royston

  • Chorleywood

  • Tring

  • Waltham Cross

  • Baldock

  • Sawbridgeworth

  • Radlett

  • London Colney

  • Buntingford

  • Chiswell Green

  • Moor Park

  • Bovingdon

  • Redbourn

Cambridgeshire

  • Cambridge

  • St Neots

  • Wisbech

  • Huntingdon

  • March

  • Ely

  • St Ives

  • Whittlesey

  • Cambourne

  • Chatteris

  • Soham

  • Yaxley

  • Littleport

  • Histon (/ Impington)

  • Godmanchester

  • Sawston

  • Brampton

  • Great Shelford (/ Stapleford)

  • Cottenham

  • Burwell

  • Sawtry

  • Ramsey

  • Waterbeach

  • Longstanton (/ Northstowe)

  • Melbourn

  • Linton

  • Girton

  • Warboys

  • Doddington (/ Wimblington)

  • Milton

  • Little Paxton

  • Willingham

  • Bar Hill

London Boroughs

  • Barking & Dagenham

  • Barnet

  • Bexley

  • Brent

  • Bromley

  • Camden

  • City of London Corporation

  • Croydon

  • Ealing

  • Enfield

  • Greenwich

  • Hackney

  • Hammersmith & Fulham

  • Haringey

  • Harrow

  • Havering

  • Hillingdon

  • Hounslow

  • Islington

  • Kensington & Chelsea

  • Kingston Upon Thames

  • Lambeth

  • Lewisham

  • Merton

  • Newham

  • Redbridge

  • Richmond Upon Thames

  • Southwark

  • Sutton

  • Tower Hamlets

  • Waltham Forest

  • Wandsworth

  • City of Westminster

Kent

  • Maidstone

  • Chatham

  • Ashford

  • Royal Tunbridge Wells

  • Margate

  • Dartford

  • Gravesend

  • Canterbury

  • Folkestone

  • Sittingbourne

  • Ramsgate

  • Tonbridge

  • Herne Bay

  • Whitstable

  • Dover

Suffolk

  • Ipswich

  • Lowestoft

  • Bury St Edmunds

  • Haverhill

  • Felixstowe

  • Sudbury

  • Stowmarket

  • Newmarket

  • Kesgrave

  • Woodbridge

  • Beccles

  • Mildenhall

  • Brandon

  • Hadleigh

  • Leiston

  • Red Lodge

  • Needham Market

  • Bungay

  • Halesworth

  • Saxmundham

Norfolk

  • Norwich

  • King's Lynn

  • Great Yarmouth

  • Thetford

  • Gorleston-on-Sea

  • Dereham

  • Wymondham

  • Taverham (/ Drayton)

  • North Walsham

  • Bradwell

  • Watton

  • Downham Market

  • Attleborough

  • Diss

  • Caister-on-Sea

  • Swaffham

  • Fakenham

  • Cromer

  • Aylsham

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