Renewable energy - Heat Pumps

Renewable Energy - Heat Pumps - Air Conditioning

Lower your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint with a Heat Pump or Air Conditioning. From August 2020 we will be adding renewable heating and cooling to our list of services we offer to our customers. 


Air to Air Heat Pump - Air Conditioning

Heat pumps are a renewable energy technology that converts energy in the ground or air into heat. This process delivers green, low-cost, energy-saving heating and hot water all year round. Air-source heat pumps are highly energy efficient, meaning they’re a great way to cut your energy bills. Not only that, because they generate 3 times as much energy as they use, they’re far more efficient than a traditional boiler, using far less energy. 

Air-source heat pumps extract 75% of their energy from the natural air around your home. And because they’re powered by electricity, they produce a fraction of the CO2 and NOx emissions created by an oil, LPG or gas boiler. Which adds up to a huge reduction in the environmental impact of your home.

           How a heat pump works

A heat pump controls the temperature by transferring heat. There are three essential components to a heat pump: the outdoor unit (evaporator), the indoor unit(s) (condenser) and the refrigerant. The refrigerant transfers the heat as it circulates between the outdoor and indoor unit(s).

  • The evaporator extracts energy from the renewable source (air, water, geothermal or solar) by forcing the liquid to transform into a gas.
  • The compressor compresses the gas, which raises its temperature.
  • The condenser exchanges the heat from the gas to the heating system, and the gas returns to a liquid state.
  • The expansion valve lowers the pressure of the refrigerant, which triggers evaporation and the cycle begins all over again.

     We simply reverse this cycle to cool your home.


How a heat pump works

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