Commercial Air Source Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat Pumps run on electricity. Because they are so efficient it costs less to heat your property with a heat pump than with other fuels.

Every unit of heat your Air Source Heat Pump generates is also subsidised by the government's non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive. Your RHI payments can equate to a further 75% off the already low-cost price of your heating. Commercial Air Source Heat Pumps can be used as a heating system and an air conditioning unit.

They can be located on the ground outside or on a flat roof, where they extract heat energy from the air to generate all the space and hot water heating you need.

Latent heat is present in air temperatures as low as -20 degrees so the UK climate is suitable for Air Source Heat Pumps.

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Ascent Energy are an approved installer of Air Source Heat Pumps for both domestic and commercial premises

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Domestic Air Source Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat pumps are a form of a renewable energy technology which takes the warmth from the air and uses it to heat the home. There are two types of air source heat pump.

Air-To-Water systems heat water which is then circulated around the home via radiators or an underfloor heating system. They can also be used to heat water in a storage tank for the bathroom or kitchen.

Air-to-Air systems typically use fans to circulate warm air around the home and cannot be used to heat water.

With the government grants that are available through the Boiler Upgrade Scheme the install costs can partially or fully recouped subject to survey. Grants of up to £5,000 are available for the supply and fitting of new installations. Grants cannot be applied for retrospectively towards existing systems.

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