Leicestershire Heat Pump Installation
We are heat pump specialists, offering the installation of ASHPs and GSHPs to property owners around the Leicester area. Heat pumps provide a greener way of heating your residential or commercial building, whilst minimising your utility bill costs each month. For more information on how much cash you could save with heat pumps and government incentives, check out our free calculator.
We partner with brilliant heat pump installation firms in the East Midlands, and guarantee a reliable high-quality service throughout the project. Our friendly experts will help you understand the difficult UK government incentive schemes, and make it easy for you to get payments for your change to renewable energy technology.
Leicestershire residents can benefit from these heat pump technologies:
We also offer a range of services for Biomass Boilers, Solar PV, and Solar Thermal Panels.
How does it work?
1 . You contact us
Contact us to discover whether your property is ready for renewable technology.
2 . We send a surveyor
We analyse your property and calculate precise savings. You receive a full report.
3 . We manage installation
We take care of everything, making sure the project is on-time and on-budget.
4 . Job done!
You benefit from huge long-term savings and help the environment.
About Heat Pumps
Heat pumps are increasingly popular in Britain, and this trend is set to continue over the coming years. Residents of Leicestershire have an opportunity to go green with Ground Source Heat Pumps, Air Source Heat Pumps, Air To Air Heat Pumps, and Hybrid Heat Pump Systems
ASHPs extract heat from the outdoor air, whilst GSHPs take heat from the ground, or beneath water. The ASHP requires last space in your garden, but both have their advantages versus traditional heating systems. These are the two most common heat pump options in the UK, but Hybrid Systems are starting to make their mark. If you'd like to know more about whether you can benefit from this technology whilst heating your home, get in touch today.