Heat Pump Quote

Get a quote on an Air Source Heat Pump or Ground Source Heat Pump from an installer in the UK.


Air Source Heat Pumps

Get a quote on an Air Source Heat Pump or Ground Source Heat Pump from an installer in the UK.


Quoting For Heat Pump Installation

Franck Energy makes a single visit to your property for an initial survey. We gather several quotes from trusted installers, based on your specific property requirements. This includes the possible insulation upgrades that you may need to qualify for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme. We also provide you with the different financing options based on your requirements.

This is all presented in a neat report, which is very easy to understand. Beyond this, Franck Energy will guide you through the entire project, ensuring that the installation process runs smoothly. Our experts save you the stress and bother of sourcing and comparing quotes and installers. We ease the pain of getting contractors on-site, and we help you along the journey to becoming more sustainable.

We provide quotes for Air Source Heat Pumps and Ground Source Heat Pumps.


Adds value to your property

Earn an income through domestic RHI scheme

Reduces your home's carbon emissions

No more oil, LPG or gas bills

Low-maintenance, 'fit-and-forget' technology

No planning permission required in England and Scotland

Reveal your cash savings now with our free online calculator


Heat Pump FAQs - Quote Considerations

1 - Which Heat Pump quote do I need?

Switching to a renewable source of heat or power for your home is usually a significant investment and not a decision to be taken lightly. Having made the decision to switch to renewable energy, your next step is to choose the best technology for your building. There is a large range of renewable heating solutions available on the market today, including:

Ground Source Heat Pumps, which collect heat from the ground through loops of buried pipes and use the heat gathered to power your water or underfloor heating system

Solar-powered technology, which uses energy from the sun.

Air Source Heat Pumps which collect heat from the outside air and use it to heat your home.

You will firstly need to understand which is most suitable for your property, and then you can proceed to a quote for your heat pump installation.

2 - What should I consider when getting a quote?

When it comes to installing a new heat pump in your house, the cheapest solution may not be the most efficient or the most financially sound solution in the long-run. There are many factors to consider when assessing the suitability of a certain type of heat pump for a certain property. For example, the current heating system, insulation standard, layout, location and aspect of your property all play a part in determining the effectiveness of particular heat pump models. There are also other factors which come into play affecting the financial reality of installation.

For example, the necessity to apply for planning permission or the possibility of receiving payments from the government. The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a scheme whereby the UK government rewards homeowners who switch to more renewable heating their home by paying cash based on various criteria, such as the type of renewable heat and the type of property. The money received under this scheme can make a significant contribution to reducing the overall running costs of your new system and is therefore a factor to consider when making your decision.

3 - How do I get an accurate quote?

As mentioned, there are various types of renewable heat technology, and most people will consider a few solutions to decide on the best one for them. However, in order to get a proper quote for the installation of a certain type of technology, you will need to have a heat loss assessment and feasibility study done on your property. Online quotes can give you a very general idea but each property is unique and to get an accurate quote you will require a property visit. Receiving visits and assessments from various companies can become both bothersome and expensive, which is where the advantages of employing Franck Energy really come to the forefront.