Heat Pumps

Ground & Air Source 

Lower your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint with a Heat Pump.

Heat pumps are a renewable technology that converts energy in the ground or air into heat. This process delivers green, low-cost, energy-saving heating and hot water all year round.

With the UK government launching a number of incentives to improve the energy efficiency of your homes;  Air and ground source heat pumps are an ideal solution to reduce your properties carbon footprint while lowering your energy bills.

Heat Pumps can deliver a number of benefits:

  • Lower your fuel bills

  • Eligible for the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) (Ground Source Only)

  • Lower your home’s carbon emissions

  • Does not require fuel deliveries

  • Little maintenance required

Solar Thermal

Reduce your energy bills by up to 60%* with Solar Panels.

Solar hot water systems (also known as Solar Thermal) harness heat from sunlight by capturing energy which is radiated by the sun within solar panels or collectors.

Solar Water Heating is not to be confused with Solar PV (PhotoVoltaic), which is designed to generate electricity. 

This heat energy is then moved down pipes to the hot water cylinder within your home, reducing the need to use Gas, Oil or Electricity to heat the hot water you require; lowering energy bills as well as your carbon footprint. You can find out more on our Solar Water Heating Explained page.

Solar Thermal can deliver a number of benefits:

  • The ability to provide around 60%* of your homes hot water requirement

  • Capability to heat hot water in both direct and cloud diffused sunlight

  • Compatibility with either a current Gas or Oil fired regular or system boiler, or heat pump.