Heat Pumps are an excellent solution for many homes, including those that are not on the gas grid and new builds. They can supply 100% of your property’s heating and hot water requirements and can function in conditions as low as minus 20ºC.
Eco NRG are MCS authorised installers of Air Source Heat Pumps – so if you are interested in installing an air source heat pump for your home, give Eco NRG a call on 01548 831890. You can also email us at email@example.com, or pop into our office in Modbury for a chat – and organise your free consultation today!
Heat pumps extract low-grade heat energy from the ground, the air, or a body of water and compress it into smaller amounts of high-level heat, which can be used to heat spaces and water.
We work with high and low temperature heat pumps and can design solutions for a broad range of buildings, from modern energy-efficient buildings to old stone buildings throughout Devon, Cornwall, and Somerset. Whilst heat pumps do use electricity, they are considered a renewable energy technology as for every unit of energy they use, they will generate between 3 and 4 units.
ASHPs are highly efficient heating systems, capable of operating at efficiencies of 300% - 400%, which means a reduction in your home’s CO2 emissions. Being electrically powered, there is no need for fuel stores or fuel deliveries, and running costs are reduced compared to oil, LPG and electric boilers. Finally, ASHPs are a modern heating solution, offering fully automated controls that can be remotely operated from anywhere in the world.
See what a heat pump can do for you by reading about one of our satisfied customers in Exeter and how they benefited from an ASHP in their home.
We install heat pumps from a variety of manufacturers, including Hitachi, LG, and Mitsubishi. We install heat pumps ranging from 5 to 14 kilowatts of input, taking care to ensure that the pump is sized appropriately to cover the heating needs of even the coldest winter nights, without sizing any larger than necessary. Take a look at the Heat Pumps we install on our Products page.
Houses and buildings which currently use conventional fossil fuels for heating, such as gas, oil or coal, will be able to claim the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) if they switch to renewable technologies. Tariff levels are proposed to provide a rate of return of 12% on the additional cost of a renewable installation.