Air source heat pumps
Heat pump installers Sussex
It is possible to greatly reduce CO2 emissions by using a heat pump to provide domestic space heating and hot water. Using proven heat pump technology widely used in the heating and cooling industry, an electric heat pump upgrades naturally occurring energy from the air and uses this to provide heating and hot water. Heat pump technology has been used around the world for decades and TSS can reliably offer a good range of heat pumps to suit your needs.
What is a heat pump?
A heat pump is an efficient way to heat or cool a building because it simply transfers heat. A heat pump takes heat from a heat source to warm air heating systems and hot water or heat radiators and underfloor heating installations. It can also be reversed to cool the building.
How does a heat pump work?
Air source heat pumps use the heat from the air and increase its temperature to circulate warm air around the local environment. A simple installation outside the property can afford great energy savings. These systems are increasingly popular because they use less electricity than conventional systems.
TSS Facilities have extensive knowledge on a wide range of heat pump systems. Contact us today and our expert team will advise and recommend the best option for your requirements.
Benefits of heat pump systems
- Lower fuel bills and carbon emissions
- Provides hot water and heating
- Provides air conditioning in the Summer
- Low maintenance
- Domestic households only pay 5% VAT on the cost of a new heat pump.
Running costs of heat pumps
The cost of a heat pump depends on the installation and the size of your building or property. A correctly installed heat pump system will give you much higher savings on your heating bills and pay for itself much more quickly. Heat pumps have much lower running costs than conventional heating systems, for example: 1.3kw of energy will give you 3kkw of heat.
Please get in contact with us if you would like further information about air soure heat pumps or to arrange a survey of your premises.