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How does an air source heat pump work?

An energy-efficient air source heat pump (ASHP) works like a fridge but in reverse. It absorbs heat from the outside air and circulates it through your heating system. An air source heat pump helps you:

  • Enjoy reliable heating and hot water all year round
  • Lower your carbon footprint
  • Save energy and tonnes of carbon(1) over time

Visit our comprehensive guide to air source heat pumps for everything you'd like to know about heat pumps. 

How to get an air source heat pump

You can find a trusted air source heat pump installer through us. They'll give you a no-obligation quote and explain funding options too. Before getting in touch with an accredited installer, there are a few points to tick off:

  • You need to be a homeowner
  • Your home needs to have enough outside space (approx 2m x 1m) and not within 1m of boundary walls
  • Space for a water tank (for the most carbon-efficient heat pump)
  • Your home needs to have good insulation

Quality Daikin heat pumps

New build home with Daikin Air Source Heat Pump outside

We’ve teamed up with CB Heating to bring you low carbon heat pumps from Daikin – the biggest manufacturer of air source heat pumps in Europe.

 

CB Heating are MCS registered with 20 years’ experience installing heat pumps across the UK. That’s why they have a 5-star ‘Excellent’ rating on Trustpilot. Get low carbon heating with expertise, and peace of mind.

 

Daikin are currently offering £500 boiler cashback when you upgrade your old oil or LPG boiler to their heat pump.(2)

Air source heat pump customer reviews

I am delighted with the efficiency and relatively quietness of the Air Source Heat Pump itself. It is an environmental and engineering marvel.

Peter Corkill, Canterbury, Kent

We love the Air Source Heat Pump, it provides a constant ambient comfortable temperature throughout the house. Now it’s always warm.

Anna Edwards, Bridgwater, Somerset

Electric heating advice

Are you looking for more information about air source heat pumps and low carbon heating? You may find these articles helpful and be sure to check our heating advice section or the main heating and air conditioning page for more.