Do you need a heat pump system for your property in St-Ives?
ACE Heat Pumps UK has some of the best heat pump installers in the St-Ives AREA. ACE Heat Pumps UK is known for providing affordable and reliable heat pump solutions. We provide our services to domestic and business clients in St-Ives. Are you looking for cooling and heating experts in St-Ives? Our installers can customise any type of heat pump you choose to meet your needs.

Why Choose Heat Pumps?

With heat pumps, you get quadruple the amount of heating you normally get with your regular heating system. Your heat pump can also function as an air conditioner when the house is hot. You can be sure of comfort 365 days a year when you install a heat pump in your St-Ives property. Heat pumps are a green solution that doesn’t burn fossil fuels. There will be no greenhouse emissions. This means that the carbon footprint of your building will drop significantly. Interested? To speak to one of our expert installers in St-Ives today, call 01273 257407 .

How Do Heat Pumps Work?

Heat pumps harvest heated air with the aid of electricity and transfers it to the part of the house where it is needed. The refrigerant in the heat pump helps move the heat from one place to another. Heat pumps work by transferring heat from hot places to where cold locations and vice versa. Heat pumps can be operated off various sources of energy.

Get In Touch For A Heat Pump Quote Today.

Are you interested in installing a heat pump in your house in St-Ives? We are available for you. Get in touch with us through the form on this website or give us a call today and we will talk you through what you need. We can work with you to achieve your needs within your budget. You don’t even have to worry about legalities as we will handle everything. Our quotes are free, so request a quote to know how much you can save today. Call 01273 257407 or

Advantages Of Ground Source Heat Pumps

Ground source heat pumps are a lot cheaper than heating via normal electricity. The cost of running a ground source heat pump is also lower than running gas or oil boilers. You can save as much as 750 pounds every year with a ground source heat pump, but this also depends on the system you choose.

Heat pumps don’t generate carbon emissions. Heat pumps can be powered totally with renewable energy. Regular heating systems cannot work this way. Traditional systems emit carbon, and this slowly damages the environment.

You will not experience fuel shortage using heat pumps. A furnace is no longer needed and this space can be converted into a usable space. You may not need to apply for planning permission to install a heat pump on your property. Heat pumps are the heating technology of the future. Regular sources of domestic heating may slowly phase out. Learn more about how you too can install a heat pump in St-Ives by calling our experts on St-Ives.

The savings you can expect will depend on the unit you choose and how you use it. Nevertheless, you are looking at savings within the range of 26%, especially compared to gas boilers. This equates to around £500 to £1400 per year in energy savings.

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A Little More On Air Source Heat Pumps

Here’s how Air Source Heat Pumps work

Air Source Heat Pumps extract heat from the outside and moves it into the house. The system makes the air hotter before passing it into the house. The fluids inside the heat pump unit is compressed to achieve this increase in temperature. With this heat, you can heat hot water and make your house warm.

How Much Could an Air Source Heat Pump Save Me?

Air source heat pumps will also result in significant savings, just like with ground source heat pumps. Plus, you are looking at about £400 in savings especially when compared to electric resistance heaters.

Comparing Air Source Heat Pumps and Ground Source Heat Pumps

Making a choice between these types of heat pumps can be difficult for a few people. You will spend more installing a ground source heat pump. However, you will enjoy better energy efficiency.

With ground source heat pumps, you can use either underground heat or water sources. This makes ground source heat pumps the more efficient system. With air source heat pumps, you can expect more energy consumption. This is caused by higher temperatures underground than in the air. Therefore, air source heat pumps cost more to operate. However, air source heat pumps involve a smaller upfront cost. Air source heat pumps, however, don’t perform as well in the cold. But they are very easy to install, just like air conditioners. But Ground Source Heat Pumps require digging the land. Therefore, make sure you have a suitable land. Both ground source and air source heat pumps are energy efficient, but their installation methods vary. To find out how you can install a heat pump in your St-Ives property, call 01273 257407 .

What Can You Use Heat Pumps with to Heat Your Property?

Heat pumps can work with heating and cooling systems via HVAC

HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning systems. HVAC combines with heat pumps to provide cool air during the hot months and heat during the cold months. With heat pump and HVAC systems in your St-Ives home, you get to enjoy the perfect temperature in your home all year round. Plus, you don’t need another source of energy while enjoying lower energy bills.

Underfloor heating and central heating

Your heat pump will work better when combined with an underfloor heating system. These come with control systems and thermostats for controlling the indoor temperature. Click here to find out more.

Heat Pump Brands Compared

Brand Output capacity Physical Unit Size Efficiency Ratings Average running decibels Unit Price
Amana 52,000 BTU 35.5 x 35.5 x 41.25 inches Up to 21 SEER; ENERGY STAR efficient 74 bB £2,000 to £3,700
Bryant 24,000 to 60,000 43.81″H x 35″W x 35″D Up to 20.5 SEER; ENERGY STAR qualified 58 dB £3,600
Carrier Heating: 25,200 to 37,200.Cooling: 32,800 to 35,200 BTU 50.19 x 36.13 x 39.25 inches Up to 20.5 SEER; ENERGY STAR partner 55 dB £4,000
Coleman 60,000 BTU 46 1/2 x 34 1/2 x 38 1/4 inches Up to 20 SEER; ENERGY STAR qualified 54 dB £1,200
Goodman Heating: 59,500 BTU/Cooling: 56,500 BTU 35.5 x 35.5 x 40 inches ENERGY STAR certified; up to 19 SEER 75 dB £3,200
Lennox 60,500 BTU 47 x 39.5 x 35.5 inches Up to 23.5 SEER;ENERGY STAR qualified 64 to 74 dB £4,400
Rheem 60,500 BTUs 35.75 x 51 x 35.75 inches Up to 20 SEER; ENERGY STAR qualified 59 dB Around £1,800
Ruud 60,500 BTUs 51.17 x 36.13 x 36.13 inches Up to 20 SEER and 11 HSPF; ENERGY STAR qualified 59 dB £2,500 to £5,600
Trane 60,000 BTUs 54 x 37 x 34 inches Rated Most Efficient 2019 by ENERGY STAR; Up to 20 SEER 43 dB £2,600
York 2 to 5 tons 46 1/2 X 35 1/2 X 34 1/2 inches Up to 20 SEER; ENERGY STAR qualified 35 dB £2,000

How Do I Make Use of Renewal Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)?

The RHI scheme is designed to encourage homeowners in St-Ives to switch to renewable heat systems. It is a government scheme that includes heat pumps and solar thermal. UK’s energy regulator, OFGEM, manages the RHI initiative. You can find application forms for RHI on the OFGEM website, or we can help you with the process. Here are what you need to apply for the RHI initiative:

  • Microgeneration certification scheme number
  • Your energy performance certificate open key term number
  • Your bank details for Ofgem your get money to you.

The details in your RHI application must be the same as that on your bank details. Another programme may be launched soon as the RHI scheme will soon end. But they all provide great ways to save. To know more being a part of the RHI scheme in St-Ives, call 01273 257407 .

Heat Pumps and District Heating and Communal Heating in St-Ives

District heating is also referred to as tele-heating or heat networks. District heating distributes heat from a centralised source to commercial or residential buildings in St-Ives.

District heating not only heats multiple buildings from one source, it also saves space. Communal heating involves heating a smaller number of buildings from one source. This is ideal for dwellings that make use of the same heat source.

When it comes to cost effective district or communal heating, heat pumps are ideal. Also, many units of occupation can split the cost of installation among themselves.

Fast and easy installation

We make sure to carry out installations are fast as possible. Ground source heat pump will require that your land is excavation. And this will increase the project timeframe. But we will work around you to ensure that your daily routines are not disrupted. Our installers are professional, respectful, and friendly. They will finish the project to your satisfactions. Get in touch to talk about heat pump installation in your home. Call 01273 257407

How Big Do I Need the Heat Pump for my St-Ives Property to Be?

There are two things to look at when considering heat pump for your property. One is how big your property’s square footage is. The next is whether your house features large hallways and doors that connect to rooms. For the typical home, heat pumps tend to be between 4 kW and 16 kW. However, you will likely need more heat generated if you have a big house.

Get in touch today to find out more about heat pumps

If you are new to heat pump technology, then understanding which direction to go can be a little difficult in the beginning. Get in touch with our heat pump experts today for anything you need to know about using a heat pump. Our heat pump experts in St-Ives can provide you with information on installation of heat pumps. We can offer quotes on all types of heat pumps. We can also carry out all the regular maintenance on your equipment. Contact us on phone or by email as soon as you can. We are here to guide you through any need you have to do with commercial or domestic heat pumps.

Heat Pump Servicing and Maintenance

Heat pumps need some maintenance like any other heating system would. Heat pumps that are not properly maintained will be perform poorly, about 10 to 25 percent less than well-maintained heat pumps. But heat pump maintenance is substantially less than with conventional gas boilers. Our experts at The ACE Heat Pumps UK can carry out inspections and maintenance on heat pumps in St-Ives. We have trained engineers to solve problems and ensure effective maintenance. Our engineers can also ensure that your heat pump systems are set up to meet your specific needs. They can also perform safety checks on your heat pumps.