Air Source Heat Pumps
Save up to £1000 on your energy bills by installing a heat pump
Benefit from a £7500 grant available via the Boiler Upgrade Scheme
A clean and sustainable way to generate electricity
What are Air Source Heat Pumps?
An air source heat pump will efficiently heat your home and provide you with hot water. If you are keen on saving money on your heating bills and reducing your carbon footprint, look no further. Working similarly to a fridge or air conditioning system, air source heat pumps extract and generate warm air. No matter the temperature outside, an air or ground source heat pump can still produce heat even in winter.
Here at Magna Renewables, we offer professional air source heat pump installation to domestic and commercial customers. Finding a solution that works for you is our number one priority, and we are with you throughout the entire installation process.
By choosing our high-quality products combined with an efficient, committed customer service, you can rest assured your money is going towards an investment for your future. Enjoy reduced energy bills and greater savings, safe in the knowledge that you’re contributing to a healthier environment.
How do Air Source Heat Pumps work?
Air source heat pumps work by taking in cold air from outside and passing it through a heat exchanger. The outside air temperature can be as low as -25°C and you will still benefit from renewable electricity from your heat pump.
The low heat energy from the cold air is then transformed into a refrigerant gas which boils at a low temperature. After that, a compressor squeezes the molecules, dramatically increasing its temperature. This super-heated gas then goes through another heat exchanger where it is passed onto the water circulating through your central heating, giving you hot water.
In terms of efficiency, air source heat pumps have a greater efficiency rating than your average boiler. They run at a 300% efficiency rating, which far exceeds the 90% rating of a new boiler, or 60% rating of an older model. Although they run off electricity, they produce 3 units of heat for every unit of electricity they require.
To put it simply, they generate more energy than they use. It’s no surprise why they are an increasingly popular way to heat homes and commercial buildings as you can save an impressive £1,000 on your energy bills.
Powering your home with renewable energy
We treat our customers as individuals, looking at your specific energy needs and how you can get the most out of your air source heat pump. Before we begin on a project, we conduct a full survey of your property. Following this, we might recommend upgrading any old radiators to maximise the heat generated. Basic improvements to your existing properties such as cavity wall insulation, loft insulation and double glazing are recommended before installing a heat pump.
Without proper insulation, heat will escape the property meaning that your heat pump will have to work twice as hard to generate the heat needed. We will advise you on any of these recommendations as we want you to feel the full benefits of having an air source heat pump installed on your property.
There will be no need to worry about rising energy bills when an air source heat pump can help you use less electricity. Homeowners can relax, safe in the knowledge that they can enjoy year-round comfort without breaking the bank. Switching to renewable energy sources, such as solar power and the use of heat pumps can soothe your eco-anxiety and contribute to a greener and more sustainable future.
Get £7500 via the Boiler Upgrade Scheme
Installing a heat pump is a great investment if you want to be a more environmentally friendly household and reduce your energy bills.
With the new boiler upgrade scheme, property owners will be eligible to apply for a £7500 up front contribution towards the installation of an air or ground source heat pump.
The BUS grant does not require to be paid back and can help you save up to 50% of your heat pump cost.
Get a free, no obligation quote for your heat pump installation today
Our team of expert heat pump installers is on hand to answer any questions you may have. If you are thinking of getting a heat pump for your home then call us and we will explain the entire process with you. We will give you a free, no obligation quote and give you the opportunity to ask us any questions you may have.