As more and more people look to switch from old boilers to Air Source Heat Pumps it’s important to evaluate the running costs and see which one is more viable in the long run.
With an Air Source Heat Pump, you could also be entitled to a Government grant which gives you money for having an alternative heating system. This grant covers the cost of your Air Source Heat Pump which is fantastic.
If you’re thinking about purchasing an Air Source Heat Pump or currently own an Air Source Heat Pump it’s important that you’re using it correctly.
A lot of people don’t understand why their Air Source Heat Pumps aren’t working as well as they should and for the most part it’s down to user error. If you don’t use an Air Source Heat Pump correctly of course it’s not going to be as efficient as you imagined.
Many people consider choosing an air source heat pump but never actually go through with it. In this post, we look to address the benefits that come with installing an air source heat pump.
Many people are scared when they see the initial cost of an air source heat pump but it's actually significantly cheaper than many people expect. What a lot of people don't know is that there isn't a great deal of difference between the cost of purchasing and installing a standard boiler and an air source heat pump. You also save a significant amount of money by switching to an Air Source Heat Pump so you’ll even earn money back for switching.The initial cost is also covered by the RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive) which brings us on to our second point.