Off Grid Heating & Hot Water



The best Off Grid Heating System – Heat Pumps

When you live off grid, your heating choices can be rather limited – and expensive. Air Source Heat Pumps are the perfect replacement for traditional off grid heating fuels such as oil, coal and LPG.

Heat pumps have some huge advantages over these other fuels:

  • Save up to 70% on Oil & LPG bills per year*
  • Receive up to £1,030 in incentives per year*
  • No need for unsightly storage tanks
  • No more need for inconvenient and costly fuel deliveries, that could be delayed due to supply shortages when you need it most, in cold weather.
  • Save up to 7 tonnes of carbon per year*

*Data from The Energy Saving Trust – figures correct as of April 2018. Speak to one of our friendly advisors to find out how quickly your Air Source Heat Pump would pay for itself in the form of Government grants & reduced energy bills.

Ok I’m interested. But what is a heat pump?

Heat pumps are an efficient and green way to heat your home & hot water. These are excellent alternatives to Solid fuel, Oil & LPG heating systems as they run on electricity – perfect for off grid & rural homes.

Heat pumps work by taking the ambient heat from outside air and compressing it to make it hot. This heat is then used to warm your home and your hot water.

Heat pumps are more efficient than alternative types of heating such as solid fuels, oil, LPG, coal and electric storage heaters – as a result, they are much cheaper to run.

Due to their efficiency, heat pumps are considered “green” technology and are eligible for government incentives, the Renewable Heat Incentive or RHI. This incentive is paid directly to the home owner on a quarterly basis and is calculated by how much energy you use – the more you use, the more you get paid!

Reasons to switch from oil to a heat pump

  • Receive £875 to £1,030 cashback per year in the form of the Renewable Heat Incentive*
  • Save up to 70% on your heating bills*
  • Reduce your Co² emissions and carbon footprint
  • Heat Pumps require very little maintenance
  • Replaces your boiler & provides hot water & heating
  • Replaces LPG, Solid fuel or oil heating
  • Fast installations
  • No more need for inconvenient and costly fuel deliveries, that could be delayed due to supply shortages when you need it most, in cold weather.

 

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How Much Will My Heat Pump Cost?

Average costs for an air source heat pump & installation are between £7,000 to £18,000.

The cost of your air souce heat pump system is off-set by reduced running costs & quarterly Government payments in the form of the Renewable Heat Incentive. Air Source heat pumps can “pay for themselves” in just a few years, depending on your current energy costs & what type of system you already have.

Typical running costs are up to 60% lower than Oil or LPG heating systems.

We have a number of plans to help you start saving by installing a heat pump.

What Is A Heat Pump?

An Air Source Heat Pump is a unit that will be located outside of the property. It takes air in through the pump and boosts it to a higher temperature. The Heat pump does use electricity to power the unit but will use less electricity to power the Heat Pump than the heat it will provide for your property. On average every unit of electricity the Heat pump uses for power it will generate 4 units of heat and typical running costs are up to 60% lower than Oil or LPG heating systems.

Is Your Work Guaranteed?

Yes we provide up to a 10 year warranty on our products & guarantee our workmanship for 1 year.
We only use high quality products on your property, which not only work more efficiently but last longer than traditional heating systems.