What is it?
Air source heat pumps work by drawing in air through an electric fan to power your boiler . They have the same performance and efficiency of a ground source heat pump, typically providing 4 KwH of free energy for every 1 KwH of electrical energy you put into it. The cost of electricity to run the unit is offset by the savings in fuel bills on hot water and heating.This technology has been proven and even works in temperatures as low as -15°C.
What are the Financial Benefits of Air Source?
Through the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme you will receive a yearly index linked payment from the government for 20 years. It is paid as a reward for up taking renewable technologies that replace your existing hot water and heating system for your agricultural dwelling. Along with this you also save on your rising annual fuel bills.
The RHI pays 2.2p per KWh that your system generates and depending on the electricity needs of your farm the Air Source Heat Pump should take over 100% of those needs.
What are the benefits?
- No additional boiler needed
- Provides heating and hot water
- Ease of operation
- Quiet to operate
- Low maintenance costs
- Reliable, 7 year warranty
- Long lifespan
- Increased property value
- Lower your carbon emissions
Why Lewington Solar?
- Unbeatable FREE 7 year warranty on NIBE air source heat pumps
- FREE 7 year warranty on all NIBE parts of installation as well
- We are a local business which offers a local point of face to face contact for any queries, technical advice or support
- Full MCS accreditation (Check our profile out here)
- We have been operating for over 30 years – this has only been achievable through our extensive and renowned customer service (Customer Testimonials)
- Proven efficient, clean and reliable workmanship (Customer Testimonials)
- Paper work handled primarily by us to ensure your system maximises its financial potential
- Extensive experience in renewable installations (See our list of case studies)
What should I do next?
When you contact us we will ask you some simple questions about your property, which will enable us to tell you if it is suitable for you. If this is the case we will arrange an appointment to give you a quote and explain the installation options to you. The details will then be put into our sizing programme which will size the unit needed for your property.