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Air Source Heat Pump Installation across Norfolk

Cost Effective Energy for Your Home

Air source heat pumps (also known as ASHPs) are a highly efficient way to heat your property. They differ from GSHPs with their energy source – extracting heat from the ambient air. They also tend to be easier and quicker to install as they don’t require groundwork. Unlike a traditional gas boiler system, they are powered by renewable energy. This means that they do not rely on fossil fuels, reducing harmful emissions within the environment. Running an ASHP is very economical, and can provide you with consistent heating or cooling throughout the year.

Our trusted team will assess your property and work alongside you to design and identify the most suitable position for your new heat pump. Our team are expert air source heat pump installers, supporting you throughout the process and after installation so that you can get the most out of your ASHP.


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How do Air Source Heat Pumps Work?

Air source pumps work by initially extracting heat from the ambient air, therefore it is best to situate the unit in an outside location that benefits from a free flow of air. Of course, our experienced engineers will always take the time to ensure your unit is fitted in an optimal position.

How do Air Source Heat Pumps Work?

The ambient air is pulled into the system, whilst refrigerant is circulated through an evaporator. It is then passed through to a compressor, raising the temperature of the refrigerant and turning the liquid refrigerant to gas.

How do Air Source Heat Pumps Work?

The hot gas is then passed through a condenser, this process increases the pressure and therefore increases the temperature further. The hot gas transfers its heat into the cold water already in your heating system which is then fed into your heating or hot water system to heat up your property.

How do Air Source Heat Pumps Work?

Once the heat has been removed the hot gas turns back into a liquid to start the cycle again! The heat can be retained for later use also, so it’s an incredibly efficient process.

Reduce your use of fossil fuels by up to 50%

Having an Air Source Heat Pump installed into your home not only reduces your overall energy bills but offers you a clear step towards cutting your C02 emissions.

ASHPs provide the opportunity to reduce your overall use of fossil fuels and dependency on the grid. In addition, you could receive £7500 off the cost of your installation with the Government’s Boiler upgrade scheme (BUS).

What are the Benefits of Air Source Heat Pumps?

There are many benefits to installing an air source pump system, but our top points are as follows:


The environmental benefits are huge, an ASHP installation can reduce your carbon footprint by up to 50% meaning that you can make a huge change in the fight against global warming.

Your Interior Space is Retained

As the main unit is based outside, less space within your premises is required. The systems are generally more cost effective when compared to alternative renewable heating systems too.


On a well-designed heating system with under-floor heating and an outside air temperature of 7°C, ASHPs can reach efficiencies of up to 5kW of heat for every 1kW of electricity used. This is known as the COP (ref EN 14511 A7/W35 Viessmann Vitocal 150-A technical data). In comparison, electric storage heaters have a COP of just 1kW of heat to every 1kW of electricity used.


Thanks to their simple structure, with no hot burners required, air source systems are very reliable. This reliability is amplified when they are correctly serviced and maintained. Visit our support page for more information.

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