How long is the payback on an Air Source Heat Pump?

In many cases, an ASHP can provide a payback period within the range of 5 to 15 years, although it can be shorter or longer depending on the factors mentioned above.

What is the difference between a Ground Source and Air Source Heat Pump?

The main difference between a ground source heat pump (GSHP) and an air source heat pump (ASHP) lies in the source from which they extract heat.

What is involved in an air source heat pump installation?

The installation of an air source heat pump (ASHP) is a complex process that should be carried out by trained and certified professionals to ensure safety, efficiency, and compliance with local regulations

What are the benefits of electric heating, and should I consider this over gas?

Electric heating offers several benefits that make it a viable and attractive option for certain situations.

What are solar battery systems, and how do they work?

Solar battery systems work in conjunction with solar photovoltaic (PV) panels to store excess energy generated during sunny periods for use when the sun is not shining or during high energy demand times.

New gas boiler or Air Source Heat Pump, what should I do?

While there's no certainty about future policies, considering the long-term benefits of energy-efficient and low-carbon heating options like ASHPs can position you for potential savings and reduced carbon emissions over time.

Smart Thermostats – The smarter way to save money on home heating bills

By using a smart thermostat effectively, you can optimize your home's heating system, avoid excessive energy consumption, and potentially save on heating costs.

How important is home insulation in reducing carbon footprint?

Wall insulation plays a crucial role in reducing energy consumption and cutting carbon emissions, and ensures the impact of other renewable upgrades

Biomass vs Air Source Heat Pumps, what's better?

When it comes to domestic heat and power what's better, Biomass or Air Source Heat Pumps? This instalment of the Renewables blog investigates

Will the UK switch to Hydrogen Gas in domestic properties?

The adoption of hydrogen gas to replace domestic gas in the UK is currently being explored and is part of the UK government's decarbonization plans.