Domestic ASHP System

We are one of Lincolnshire’s longest established MCS Approved installers of Air and Ground Source Heat Pump Systems.

Main Benefits:

  • Could significantly reduce the fuel bills of the property (especially if replacing oil fired heating)
  • Provide an income through the government RHI scheme
  • Lower the carbon emissions of the property
  • Remove the need for regular fuel deliveries

About Air Source Heat Pumps:

Air Source Heat Pumps take the natural heat which exists in the air and raises it to a higher temperature which can then be used for heating or hot water within a building. An air source heat pump extracts heat from the outside air in the same way that a fridge extracts heat from its inside. It can get heat from the air even when the temperature outside is as low as -15°C.

The Air Source Heat Pumps work by absorbing air at a low temperature into a fluid. This fluid then passes through a compressor where its temperature is increased, and transfers its higher temperature heat to the heating and hot water installation of the house. Air Source Heat Pumps can come in either an air-to-water version or an air-to-air version.

Air Source Heat Pumps can lower the fuel bills of a property and provide a long term sustainable heating solution. They fit adjacent to the property and do not require any underground pipework. They generally operate most efficiently with underfloor heating or specially designed radiators.

About Ground Source Heat Pumps:

Ground Source Heat Pumps take the natural heat which exists in the ground and raises it to a higher temperature which can then be used for heating or hot water within a building. A Ground Source Heat Pump circulates a mixture of water and antifreeze around a coil of pipe which is buried in the ground. Heat from the ground is absorbed into the fluid and then passes through a heat exchanger into the heat pump. The ground stays at a fairly constant temperature under the surface, so the heat pump can be used throughout the year – even in the middle of winter.

There are two main types of Ground Source Heat Pumps – a borehole version where a pipe is buried vertically in the ground, and a loop version where a pipe is buried in a horizontal trench in the ground.

Why Choose Us?

We offer a high quality and local design, supply and installation service of MCS accredited Heat Pumps. Our in house engineers are fully trained and certified for all aspects of Heat Pump installations, from initial design right through to final commissioning.

You can be assured that we will design and install the most suitable and efficient Heat Pump system for your property. We carry out extensive heat loss and system design calculations to ensure that the correct system is chosen and that the maximum benefit of the system is gained.

It is now a requirement of the domestic RHI scheme that a Green Deal Assessment is conducted on the property before Heat Pump systems are installed. We can offer this service in house and this will be included in your installation package provided by us.

Our expertise also extends beyond the installation of Heat Pumps to after sales servicing and maintenance of your system. Our engineers have extensive experience of carrying out routine maintenance, servicing and repairs of Heat Pumps so you can be guaranteed of peace of mind long after the installation is complete.

To request a quotation for an Air Source or Ground Source Heat Pump installation or service, please contact us.