Heat pumps use continuous accumulation of low-level ambient
warmth, for example in the air which is heated by the sun, to
create concentrated heat within a storage tank, which then serves a
conventional or under-floor central heating system. This greatly
reduces the carbon footprint of heating requirements, and lowers
the bills that attend traditionally-fuelled heaters. Ground-source
heat pumps recover heat (from the sun), stored in the ground.
Air-to-air heat pumps comprise outdoor and indoor units which use ambient temperature differences to transfer heat energy outside, to the indoors.
Rather like a refrigerator, this works by extracting heat from one area, and dumping it elsewhere; in this case, in your hot-water tank, indoors.
These systems recover heat from warm parts of a building, and accumulate it in a hot water tank for distribution to radiators or under-floor systems.
A variety of systems are available to suit new-builds or existing properties.
Range of accessories to equip and maintain heat pump systems.