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Heat Pumps

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Renewable technologies such as heat pumps are fast becoming a popular way of providing ultra-efficient heating and hot water for your home, and can help you to reduce your carbon footprint and significantly save money on your fuel bills.

Heat pumps can take heat from the ground, air or water and use it for space heating, and to heat hot water. Heat pumps are around 300% efficient – this means that for every unit of energy used by the heat pump in operation, three or more units of heat are generated for use in a building.

Heat pumps can be used to heat radiators, underfloor heating and hot water systems in domestic and commercial properties.

A major benefit of installing a heat pump is that you will no longer need to worry about fossil fuel bills or fuel deliveries.

 

Heat Pumps are available in several different types, these include:

 

Air, ground and water source heat pumps are eligible for the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme was introduced by the UK government to bridge the gap between the cost of a replacement gas, oil or LPG boiler and the cost of a renewable heating system. For more information visit our renewables incentive page by clicking here.

If you are unsure what might be best suited for your property and are simply looking for further information about renewable technologies then why not visit our renewable showroom in Kirkton Industrial Estate, Arbroath, Angus. We have a large variation of working models on display in our renewable showroom in Arbroath, Angus and would be very happy to assist with any enquires.

 

Heat Pumps in Scotland

We thoroughly believe we are an ideal candidate for heat pump installations throughout Aberdeenshire, Angus, Dundee, Fife and Perthshire.

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