air source heat pumps is generally more costly than installing boilers. However, they are also extremely efficient and can reduce carbon emissions by up to 4x. You will need to pay more for installation because they require more labour than boilers. We can give you more information on this – please call or contact us here. Costs will also be affected by the size of your house. Air source heat pumps that are larger will be more expensive to buy and install. For smaller properties, you will probably need smaller units. Detached houses might require larger units which can increase the cost. It will also take longer to install larger units. Split systems and packaged systems can be used to separate air source heat pumps. Split systems are smaller and more affordable than packaged systems. Split systems require an outside compressor and an indoor air handler. Split systems are cheaper than packaged systems because they don’t require ductwork. Contact us here to learn more.
A survey can be completed remotely from architectural drawings, or in person. We undertake heat load calculations, consider the deficiencies in the efficiencies of your property and design a feasible solution. We think it is important to give you realistic expectations and as much information as possible for you to make an informed decision. No sustainable upgrade is unachievable. You also do not have to pay for a survey, there is no obligation and we will be on hand to answer any questions you might have.
We are experts in Air Source and Ground Source Heat pump installations – we truly believe they are the best option for your property and with the Government’s targets for net-zero carbon by 2050, renewable technologies will become increasingly prominent in both the commercial and domestic sector. As well as heat pumps, we install solar PV panels, underfloor heating and heat recovery systems – improving sustainability through efficiency. We also work with the Tesla Powerwall – a battery that stores your solar energy.
In 2025, the Government will ban all fossil fuel heating systems in new build homes, by 2030, you will not be able to replace a fossil fuel system with another should it break down beyond repair. Not only is it an inevitable upgrade, but renewable technology is better for the environment and can reduce your energy costs considerably.
The Fuel Effect are a family based company specialising in installing renewable technologies operating around Kent, Sussex, Surrey and London.
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