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Want to learn more about air source heat pumps?

air source heat pump installed at a modern energy efficient home

What is an air source heat pump?

An air source heat pump (ASHP) is essentially an outside boiler.

It captures heat from outside and moves it into your home, using electricity to do so.

There are many benefits to heating your home with an air source heat pump, such as:

  • Enjoy reliable heating and hot water all year round
  • Lower your carbon footprint
  • Save energy and tonnes of carbon 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
New build home with Daikin Air Source Heat Pump outside

Who will install my heat pump?

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.

Is solar energy right for your home?

Solar panels on roof of detached family home with father and son playing football in front

What are the benefits of solar energy

There are many benefits to using solar energy, such as:

  • Saving money on energy bills - sunlight is free! After the cost of installing your system, you can start producing energy at zero cost
  • Living sustainably - by installing a solar system, you're doing your bit to help towards a Net Zero future
  • Controlling your energy use - creating your own renewable energy means you can rely less on your energy supplier. 

Are solar panels suitable for my home?

Solar panels are suitable for most homes, however there are three things we use to determine whether a solar panel system is the right option for you, these are:

  • the size of your roof
  • the direction it faces
  • the pitch angle
Solar panels on roof of home

What solar products can I get?

We can help install solar panels you can trust, with prices starting from £6,050 (including 0% VAT).

We also offer solar battery storage. You don't need to install a battery for your solar panels to work, but a battery can help you get the most out of the energy your panels are generating.

To make the most out of your solar panel system, you can also join our exclusive Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) tariff and you'll get a set rate for each unit (or kWh) of electricity you export to the grid.

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.

man in his home with air source heat pump outside

A complete guide to air source heat pumps

Air source heat pumps might be new to you but they've been around for a while as the main heating system in other countries as the UK embraced gas. Learn why they're being touted as the future of low-carbon heating.

Air Source Heat Pump Grants

You're likely to be eligible for a £7,500 grant from the government.

Greener alternatives to gas boilers

There are other heating options that have advantages over a new gas boiler that can save you money and reduce your carbon footprint.