Air Source Heat Pumps
Changing the way you heat your home

Air Source Heat Pumps are a renewable technology that converts energy from air into heat – this delivers very efficient, low-cost energy-saving heating and hot water all year round…

Considering installing an air source heat pump?

Air Source Heat Pumps provide a highly efficient way to heat your home. They can work by themselves. Or partner up with your existing central heating system to provide hot water and affordable year-round heat.

How Much Does an Air Source Heat Pump Cost?

The cost of an air source heat pump installation lies between about £8,000 and £10,000, whereas the running costs will be a small fraction of your present heating bill. However, the actual savings in heating varies depending on the size of your house, how well insulated it is, the type of fuel previously used and the age of your central heating boiler.

Professional Service

Green Genie Energy offers a professional service that will give you peace of mind knowing that this import part of the process is independently assessed and reported.

Key factors for the heat pump installation is:

  • Professional Tech Survey.
  • Heat Loss Calculations.
  • Quality of the equipment, components and all materials used.
  • Professional Installation Team.
  • Professional Installation.

How Does an Air Source Heat Pump Work?

Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP), are a relatively modern energy–efficient heat source that uses heat from the sun stored within the atmosphere

The technology works similarly to an average refrigerator but in reverse, the heat pump extracts heat from the outside air in the same way that a fridge extracts heat from its inside, this is absorbed into a fluid – this fluid then passes through a compressor which increases the temperature.

The generated heat can then be used to heat radiators, underfloor heating and your water. This process even works when it’s very cold outside, even when the temperatures are as low as -25° C.

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The Benefits of Air Source Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat Pumps have long been central to the Government’s plans for UK housing to reduce carbon emissions towards the ‘net zero’ emissions target.

Save Money on Energy Bills

An Air Source Heat Pump can reduce heating costs by up to 50% compared to direct electricity

Reduce home carbon emissions

Reduce your carbon footprint by installing an environmentally friendly, renewable and free energy source that minimises your CO2 emissions. 

Heat Your Home and Your Water

Heat pumps are an efficient way to heat your property and an alternative to conventional gas boilers or off grid fuel such as oil or LPG

Low Maintenance

Easily fitted by our Trustmark & MCS accredited installation teams with very low ongoing maintenance.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Where would it be installed?

The unit can be fitted to an outside wall of your house or placed on the ground. It will need plenty of space around it to get a good flow of air. A sunny wall is ideal. The external unit is connected to a unit inside the home (smaller than an average boiler) containing circulation pumps and hot water.

What type of heating system do they use?

Air Source Heat Pumps can be installed onto existing radiator systems, they also work well with underfloor heating systems.

How much do they cost ?

The typical cost for the installation and commissioning of an Air Source Heat Pump in a 3-4 bedroom house is between £8,000 and £10,000.

What about Insulation?

Since air source heat pumps work best when producing heat at a lower temperature than traditional boilers, it’s important that your home is well insulated and draught-proofed to minimise heat loss.

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Find out more about how you can save money on your annual energy bills, reduce your carbon footprint whilst future-proofing your home