With the rising fuel prices a constant concern, heat pumps have become effective alternatives. Heat pumps (either air or ground source) can significantly reduce your utility bills as well as carbon emissions.
A heat pump is a device that transfers heat from one source to another location (such as the ground to a hot water system). Heat pumps use a tiny amount of electricity but often achieve a 200-600% efficiency rate, meaning the amount of heat produced is much higher than the energy that’s consumed.
When considering the purchase of a heat pump, there are numerous factors to take into account. These are the 3 most commonly used types of heat pump that that can be installed in domestic homes and commercial premises;
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Air source heat pumps use air to produce energy. They absorb warmth from the outside air and convert it into heat.
Depending on whether you purchase an air-to-air or air-to-water heat pump, the heat that is produced can be used for an underfloor heating system, radiators, warm air convectors and to heat water.