Air Source 
Heat Pumps

Air source heat pumps convert heat from the air to provide heat and hot water for your home. They run on electricity, but can be extremely efficient – in the right conditions they can produce over three times the energy used to run them, compared to 90% for an efficient modern gas condensing boiler.

Ground Source Heat Pumps

The installation of ground source heat pumps involves laying coils – either horizontally or vertically – deep in the ground. The heat stored in the ground is then boosted using electricity to provide heat and hot water for the home. When used in the right conditions ground source heat pumps can produce over four times the energy used to power them.

Solar Powered Hot Water

Solar water heating systems use solar panels to pre-heat water using the heat from the sun, saving money on heating bills and reducing carbon. A boiler or immersion heater is usually used to bring the hot water up to a usable temperature.
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