Why Choose Heat Pumps?
Heat pumps gives you about four times as much heat for each unit of energy compared to conventional sources. When weather gets hot, heat pumps can also serve as an air conditioner. You can be sure of comfort 365 days a year when you install a heat pump in your Barnes property. Heat pumps are a green solution that doesn’t burn fossil fuels. Greenhouse gas emissions are zero. When you use heat pumps, your building will produce less carbon monoxide. Want to know more? Call 01273 257407 to speak to one of our experts today.
How Do Heat Pumps Work?
Powered by electricity, heat pumps move heated air from where it is harvested to where it is needed. They circulate a refrigerant to transfer the heat. Heat pumps take heat from a warm location and transfers it to a cold location, and vice versa. Heat pumps can be powered via various sources of heat.
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Are you ready to get a quote for a heat pump system? We are here to help. Let us discuss your options with you via phone or email. We will customise the heat pump and quote to meet your needs. You don’t even have to worry about legalities as we will handle everything. Request a free quote from ACE Heat Pumps UK and enjoy tremendous savings. Call 01273 257407 or
Advantages Of Ground Source Heat Pumps
The running costs of heat pumps are lower than the cost heat generated from electricity. Compared to gas or oil boilers, ground source heat pumps are more cost effective. The savings your will enjoy depends on the type of system you choose, but the savings will be significant.
Heat pumps mean zero carbon emissions. These systems can be powered with 100% renewable energy. This is totally different from what you get using regular heating systems. Conventional heating systems damage the environment by emitting dangerous wastes.
There is nothing like shortage of fuel when you use heat pumps. You save the space required for a furnace when you install a heat pump. You may not need to apply for planning permission to install a heat pump on your property. In the future, heat pumps will be the main source of heating in homes. Regular heating systems may be a thing of the past. Find out how you can get started with heat pump installation in Barnes by calling 01273 257407 today.
Your energy expenses savings will depend a lot on your system and how you use it. When you switch from a gas boiler, you are likely looking at 26% savings. 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 circulate air inside the house after extracting it from the outside. The unit will increase the temperature of the heat before releasing it inside. This is possible as a result of the fluid that comes with the heat pump. Apart from keeping your home warm, heat pumps can also be used to generate heated water.
How Much Could an Air Source Heat Pump Save Me?
You get to enjoy almost as much savings with air source heat pumps, as you would with ground source heat pumps. You can expect to save as much as £400 using heat pumps compared to electric resistance heaters.
Comparing Air Source Heat Pumps and Ground Source Heat Pumps
It can be a tough choice choosing between ground source and air source heat pumps. You will spend more installing a ground source heat pump. However, GSHP happens to be more energy efficient.
Ground source heat pumps get their energy from underground and water sources. This makes ground source heat pumps the more efficient system. Air source heat pumps require more energy to work. This is because the temperature in the ground is greater than the temperature in the air. This means that you may likely spend more to run an air source heat pump compared to ground source heat pumps. ASHPs are less expensive upfront and will tend to provide a very good return on your investment. Unfortunately, these systems lose performance during the cold months. But they are very easy to install, just like air conditioners. Ground source heat pumps, however, will require that you dig into the ground. So, be sure to confirm that you have enough space and the right type of land for the project. Both types of heat pumps are reliable, but installation process differ. To find out how you can install a heat pump in your Barnes 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 is the acronym for Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning systems. HVAC work with heat pumps to keep your building cold in the summer months and warm in the winter months. You can enjoy year-round perfect temperature in your Barnes home using HVAC and a heat pump. You will not even need any extra heating sources, and will enjoy significant savings.
Underfloor heating and central heating
Your heat pump will work better when combined with an underfloor heating system. You can control temperatures with thermostats and control systems. Find out more here.
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 programme encourages Barnes homeowners to install renewable heat systems. This is a government funded programme which also applies to heat pumps and solar panels. OFGEM, the energy regulator, administers the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme. You can go to the OFGEM website to register or we can do it for you. 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. The RHI initiative will soon end, but another one will take its place. But they always provide excellent cost savings. To find out more about RHI in Barnes, please call 01273 257407 .
Heat Pumps and District Heating and Communal Heating in Barnes
When you hear district heating, it means heat networks or tele-heating. From just one location in Barnes, district heating can heat multiple buildings.
District heating saves space and can heat communal buildings from a single source. Communal heating involves heat transfer to many dwellings. Communal heating works best when dwellings are located close to one another.
Heat pumps make it possible to carry out communal or district heating in a cost-effective manner. Plus, multiple homes can share the cost of installation among themselves.
Fast and easy installation
When we install heat pumps, we are fast and reliable. Ground source heat pump will require that your land is excavation. This will may the work take more time. However, our work will be non-disruptive. Our installers are some of the best in the country. They will have your heat pumps set up with little or no fuss. Call us today to talk about installing a heat pump in your building. Call 01273 257407
How Big Do I Need the Heat Pump for my Barnes Property to Be?
There are two main considerations when it comes to heat pump size. The first is the square footage of your property. The second is if big hallways and doorways exist in your property that links to your room. 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're new to Heat pump technology then it can be a little bit confusing knowing which way to go. Get in touch with our heat pump experts today to learn about the benefits of using a heat pump. If you need information on what it will cost to install a heat pump in your home, our experts in Barnes can provide the details you need. We can provide non-binding quotes on any kind of heat pump. And also provide you with maintenance and repairs. Contact us by phone or by completing the form on our website. 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 require some maintenance just like any other heating system. Heat pumps that are not well maintained will perform about 10 to 25 percent less than a heat pump that is well maintained. Thankfully, heat pumps can do well with very little maintenance, unlike with conventional gas boilers. Our team at The ACE Heat Pumps UK in Barnes are able to carry out inspections and heat pump repairs. We have professional engineers for problem solving and to ensure successful maintenance. Our engineers can also ensure that your heat pump systems are set up to meet your specific needs. They can also carry out safety checks on your heat pump systems.