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Uncover the Green Benefits of Heat Pumps: Your Questions Answered

From April 2022, the government’s Green Heat Grant was replaced by the Boiler Upgrade Scheme. This allows homeowners in England and Wales to claim a £7,500 grant towards the cost of a heat pump. 

An air source heat pump is a system that absorbs heat from the outdoor air and uses it to warm your home and provide hot water. They can function effectively even in cold weather.

Air source heat pumps are eco-friendly as they use a renewable resource - outdoor air - and electricity, which can be sourced from renewable energy. By reducing the need for fossil fuel-based heating, they help lower carbon emissions.

Heat pumps are around 3 to 4 times more efficient than LPG, oil, electricity, and gas boilers. So, you could benefit from savings on your utility bills

Yes. Air source heat pumps work effectively even when outside temperatures are -20°C.

Most homes in the UK are suitable for air source heat pump installation. However, the heat pump will be most effective if your home is well insulated and draught-proofed.

Air source heat pumps require minimal maintenance and are generally very reliable. It's recommended to check your system periodically and have it serviced by a professional every year.

Yes, in the UK there are several grants and schemes available that can help offset the initial installation cost of an air source heat pump.

The installation of an air source heat pump can vary, but generally, it can take between 1-3 days depending on the complexity of the installation.

You can expect an air source heat pump to last for 20 years or more. Because they’re based on a relatively simple and reliable technology.

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