Air source heat pumps (ASHP) absorb heat from the outside to heat buildings. It is even possible for air source heat pumps to extract useful heat from air at temperatures as low as minus 15°C. For every unit of electricity used to power the pump, 3-4 units of heat are produced, making it an efficient way of heating a building. A typical return on investment against Oil and LPG fed heating systems the return can take as little as 5 years. Air source heat pumps are simple to install and do not require large areas of space or expensive groundworks, making them suitable for replacement heating systems to existing buildings.
All heat pump installations are completed under Sustains MCS accreditations, utilising components and systems that have the correct quality status. This ensures that all systems qualify for the Governments Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme
Geothermal, Air to Water, Deep Well or Water Source Heat Pumps, offer an efficient, "green" and inexpensive method for the provision of domestic space heating and the creation of plentiful amounts of hot water.
Sustain Services have over 20 years of experience of fitting commercial and domestic heating systems, with the inclusion of Renewable Energy Solutions, Underfloor Heating coupled with both ground and air source heat pumps, Sustain are well placed to guide our clients through the specification and installation process.
Ground source heat pumps use pipes buried in the ground to extract heat from the ground. This is usually used to heat radiators or underfloor heating systems and hot water. By utilising the earths constant temperature ground source heat pumps will produce an even performance throughout the year. For every unit of electricity used to power the pump 4-5 units of heat will be produced. Ground source heat pumps are ideal for buildings that have large areas of ground available or new build projects where the groundworks will form part of the overall build.
All ground source heat pump installations are completed under Sustains MCS accreditations, utilising components and systems that have the correct quality status. This ensures that all systems qualify for the Governments Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme