Air Source Heat Pumps

Air source heat pumps are an ideal way to heat your home in a green way. Arrange your free home consultation. Grant funding available. Get your free quote today.

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Grants of up to £9,000 available for air source heat pumps, simply fill in our contact form and we will talk you through the process.

An air source heat pump works by taking heat from the outside air and feeding it into the central heating system. Heat from the outside air is absorbed into a fluid which is then boosted to a higher temperature and transferred to the heating and hot water systems. Air-to-water pumps feed heat into a wet central heating system, whereas air-to-air pumps feed heat into fans. By generating your own heat you can lower your carbon footprint and save money on your energy bills. Green Home Systems are leading air source heat pump installers covering all areas of Scotland and Northern England. Grant funding available. Contact us today to find out more about your options. Fill in our enquiry form.

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An air source heat pump normally looks like an air conditioning unit. It is usually placed outside at the side or back of the property and can be installed with little disruption.

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Hybrid Air Source Heat Pumps


Combine the latest in renewable heat pump technology with the reliability of a gas boiler.

The hybrid heat pump utilises two available energy sources giving you best of both, electric and your existing gas heating system. The Hybrid system has smart technology that alternates between the two sources, depending on the season, temperature, and function required, to maximise efficiency and effectively heat your home throughout the course of the year. Air Source Heat Pumps can draw heat out the air in temperature’s down to -15 degrees Celsius in the harshest conditions and can provide energy rating of A++ by heating your home and hot water.

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What Funding is Available to me?

Home Energy Scotland ('HES') is funded by the Scottish Government and run by the Energy Saving Trust. So if you don't qualify for ECO funding there is still a lot of help available. This funding is a mix of interest free loans and cashback (effectively a grant). The maximum amount available per home is £38,000 as shown below.
MeasureGrantOptional LoanTotal FundingPackage MeasureRural Uplift
Internal Wall Insulation£7,500£2,500£10,000
High Heat Retention (storage heaters)£2,500*£5,500£8,000*Package required for Grant
Flat Roof Insulation£3,000£1,000£4,000
Room In Roof Insulation£3,000£1,000£4,000
Loft Insulation£1,500£500£2,000
Under Floor Insulation£1,500£500£2,000
Cavity Wall Insulation£1,500£500£2,000
Heat Pumps£7,500£7,500£15,000£1,500
Solar PV£1250*£4,750£6,000*Package required for Grant and Loan
Battery Storage£1250*£4,750£6,000*Package required for Grant and Loan
* Package required is a renewable energy source to be included in application or already present in premise such as ASHP, Hybrid ASHP, HHR or Biomass.
This funding is not means test - the only qualification is that you must own your own home and be located in Scotland.


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