Fully sustainable and cost-effective ways to keep your home cosy
Why should I choose a heat pump?
With the UK government having set the target date of 2050 to be carbon-neutral, gas and oil-fired boilers will be phased out. Soon heat pumps will be one of the norms in terms of heat source appliances. As it stands now, government renewable heat incentives are favourable and most importantly, still available. If you are considering changing your existing heating system to a heat pump now is the time to start planning.
Heat pumps produce low temperature water for heating systems. Therefore, the best method of harnessing the warm water generated by a heat pump is via underfloor heating, low surface temperature radiators or even fan assisted convectors. Underfloor heating installation on upper floors is not always possible so fan assisted convectors offer a highly efficient alternative to conventional radiators.
Underfloor heating and radiators
Heat pumps produce low temperature water very efficiently. The best way to utilise low temperature water within a heating system is to run the heating system continuously so that the fabric of the building is kept to a continuous temperature. Once warmed up, the building fabric becomes a giant emitter of heat therefore keeping you and your family comfortably warm.
As experts in the design, supply and installation of underfloor heating we are obviously well placed to advised.
Fan assisted fan coil units
Where underfloor heating cannot be installed (especially upper floors) we can offer fan assisted radiators which produce significant output even at low running temperatures.