There has never been a better time to become more energy self-sufficient - Installing a heat pump goes a long way towards achieving this.
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Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP) are a type of renewable energy system that use heat from the air outside to provide heating and hot water for homes and buildings. They work by extracting heat from the air and transferring it to a refrigerant fluid. This fluid then passes through a compressor, which increases its temperature, before being transferred to the heating and hot water systems inside the building.
ASHPs are a highly efficient and cost-effective alternative to traditional heating systems, such as boilers, as they use a small amount of electrical energy to move heat from the outside air into the building, reducing the amount of energy required from fossil fuels. They can also provide cooling in the summer by reversing the process and removing heat from inside the building.
ASHPs are suitable for a wide range of buildings and climates, but their efficiency is dependent on the temperature of the air outside. In cold weather, the efficiency of an ASHP can decrease, but it can still provide sufficient heating as long as the temperature remains above freezing.
Overall, ASHPs are a low-carbon and sustainable heating solution that can help reduce a building's carbon emissions and lower energy bills. However, they can be more expensive to install compared to traditional heating systems and may require more maintenance.
These pumps extract heat from the ambient outside air. In contrast to simpler types of air-to-air heat pumps, they are connected to the building’s heating system and are able to produce both heat and hot water.
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