- They could lower your fuel bills.
- They could provide you with an additional income through the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
- They could lower your home’s carbon emissions, depending on which fuel you are replacing.
There are two types of air source heat pumps. Air to Water and Air to Air. Air to Water can be connected to all types of existing wet heating systems and can provide for hot water in the home.
Air to Air Heat Pumps work on the same principle as mentioned above but provide heat for the building only, circulated via fans.
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An average performing air source heat pump could reduce your household bill by £530.00 a year if replacing electric heating.
The government has also estimated that the RHI would pay an extra £500 a year
The Energy Saving Trust (EST) estimates that the cost of installing a typical ASHP system into a detached home ranges between £6,000 and £10,000.
The payback period depends on how efficiently your system works, the type of system you’re replacing, whether you can get money with the RHI and how you’ll be using the heat generated from the pump.