Considering a Heat Pump?
Air source heat pumps (ASHPs) and ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) are renewable heating systems designed to cut carbon emissions and reduce your heating bills. ASHPs absorb heat from the air whereas GSHPs absorb heat from the ground.
We are MCS accredited heat pump installers, ensuring you can be confident we have met the quality assurance scheme requirements to install your heat pumps to the industry-expected level of quality. Find out about all of our accreditations and endorsements here.
Being MCS accredited also means we can apply for the Ofgem Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) grants, claiming up to £7,500 towards the cost of your installation.
For further details and eligibility requirements, please click here.
Considering a heat pump is a big decision and financial investment. There can also be some initial financial outlay for heat loss calculations, surveys, and system designs. We have outlined our heat pump steps below, to help you make an informed decision without costly initial financial outlay:
In order to provide an indicative cost we do require an EPC for the property and floorplans. An EPC is also a requirement to apply for the BUS grant.
To provide reassurance to our customers all deposits are registered with Quality Assured National Warranty (QANW) deposit protection scheme.
What is a deposit protection scheme?
A deposit protection insurance policy is designed to protect the policyholder in the event that the original installer ceases to trade and is therefore unable to complete the installation.
For more information or to set up a call with our director and heat pump specialist please contact us.
We are members of the government endorsed TrustMark quality standards scheme.
If you are a homeowner with an existing Barclays mortgage, Barclays is helping homeowners with the cost of adding solar panels, insulation, a heat pump and much more, if they use a TrustMark Registered Business for their Greener Home Reward
Coventry Building Society is offering up to £500 cashback on home improvements if a homeowners spends at least £2,500 with a TrustMark Registered Business, through their Green Together Reward