Is an Air Source Heat Pump suitable for your home?

There are a few steps taken into consideration when checking suitability, but you don't have to worry about any of them as we do it all for you


Understanding your home heating requirements

To ensure your Air Source Heat Pump will work at maximum efficiency, your home should be well insulated to prevent as much heat escaping as possible. If your home isn't well insulated, you may need a slightly bigger heat pump to make up for the shortfall in heat loss or, you can look into upgrading your current insulation.

Air Source Heat Pumps can easily be retrofitted to work with your existing systems such as radiators, water tanks and underfloor heating. So not only will your renewable energy be powering your heating, but your hot water too. Your pump must be the right size for your home; too big, and you'll have a toasty home but over-inflated energy bills and wasted energy. Too small, and you'll struggle to get your home to your desired temperature.

The details we will need to know

  • The size of your property & current heating requirements

  • Existing systems to be integrated such as underfloor heating or solar panels

  • The structural integrity of your property

  • The property's current electrical status

But don't worry, you don't need to know all of these details as our surveyors can determine all of this upon a visit to your home to complete an in-depth survey for your new Air Source Heat Pump.


Tell us about your property and we'll do the hard work for you

Once you've answered our questionnaire, you can sit back, relax and let us take care of the rest. We do all the hard work so you don't have to.

A physical survey of your home is the only way to truly know which pump is right for you

A comprehensive engineering survey of your home will be required for a more detailed, specific and accurate quote. Ascertaining engineering details regarding electrics, structure, and heating are critical to designing and correctly installing your new Air Source Heat Pump.

You will be kept up-to-date on our findings from the survey and will be informed if we have any recommendations for your home such as additional insulation or underfloor heating. Of course, you don't have to go ahead with any recommendations that we make, but they are there for you to consider, and we can arrange for any of these to be followed through before you book your installation with us.

  1. You tell us about your home We'll need you to answer a few simple questions about your home so we know which Air Source Heat Pumps are best for you, you'll receive available options straight away.

  2. We'll Get In Touch Our team will be in touch to discuss your home and book a visit for one of our experienced and friendly surveyors to visit you.

  3. Surveyor Visit A friendly surveyor will visit your home and complete an in-depth survey for your new Air Source Heat Pump. After the visit, we'll send you a refined quote for you to review.

  4. Choose your Air Source Heat Pump Our handpicked list of suitable Air Source Heat Pumps will be sent to you after your home visit and we'll be on hand to discuss your options and help you choose the best solution for your home.

Take the first step, & check your property

Our questionnaire should only take a few minutes to complete and could result in an energy-efficient home for life.

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