Heat pump technology provides a renewable, low carbon alternative to traditional heating systems whether heating a home, office or industrial building. Air source heat pumps can be used as a standalone solution or integrate with existing heating systems to help dramatically reduce energy bills and the carbon footprint of your home or business.How It Works Benefits Case Studies
Heat pump air conditioners offer an extremely efficient source of heating, contributing towards achieving compliance with Part L and Part F of Building Regulations.
Powered by an outdoor unit connected to the water supply, heat pump technology converts heat energy from the air and transfers it to the building to provide hot water and heating.
A continuous supply of hot water is guaranteed with a dedicated hot water cylinder designed to work with the outdoor unit and integrate with conventional heating systems where required.
For maximum efficiencies, system settings and performance can be managed and monitored at all times with web-enabled apps that work across multiple devices.
Modern heat pump systems are modular and can be operated singularly or form part of a multiple unit system that turns available units on and off to meet the building load.
Hot water can be either be solely provided by a high temperature heat pump, or the heat pump can work as part of the existing water heating system for improved energy efficiency.
We specify modern solutions from the leading manufacturers that can significantly increase your energy savings and reduce your carbon footprint.
A heat pump system can be 200% – 400% more efficient that a conventional heating system, meaning significantly lower operational costs and a reduction in your carbon emissions. Please get in touch for advice on the best heat pump solutions from leading manufactures
One Vision Housing, Atlantic Park. Atlantic House Office comprises three floors of Open Plan / Cellular Office space. The building construction was completed ~ 5 years ago and the space was fully air conditioned with a Mitsubishi Ground Source VRF System c/w Mitsubishi Fresh Air Ventilation and Heat Pump Boiler.