The most common myths about heat pumps

The most common myths about heat pumps

Myth: Heat pumps are expensive While it’s true that the initial installation and set-up of heat pumps can be expensive – whether it be a ground source or air source heat pump – these upfront costs will result in savings that you can reap later on....
What is the best renewable heating system?

What is the best renewable heating system?

If you’re wanting to reduce your carbon footprint this year, you might be considering swapping out your current heating system with a renewable one, but which renewable heating system should you opt for? Let’s take a look at some options for your home. Solar A solar...
Could you benefit from a solar hot water system?

Could you benefit from a solar hot water system?

Solar panels are steadily increasing in popularity as more and more homeowners are discovering the benefits of solar power. A solar hot water system has many benefits, such as reducing the price of your energy bill, yet many individuals in the UK are still hesitant to...
Why is it important to use eco-friendly heating systems?

Why is it important to use eco-friendly heating systems?

Eco-friendly heating systems is a term used to refer to the use of environmentally-friendly sources of heat within homes. Statistically, only around 15 per cent of the UK’s population has not yet transferred to the use of LPG as a source of central heating. Here’s why...
What are the different types of heat pumps?

What are the different types of heat pumps?

When it comes to eco-friendly central heating systems homeowners have several choices including solar, biomass and heat pumps. Heat pumps are one of the most popular methods of providing renewable and sustainable energy because they are easy to install and offer low...
Ground source heat pumps and their advantages

Ground source heat pumps and their advantages

Ground source heat pumps are one of the best eco heating systems UK householders can install. A series of underground pipes gently heat water using the earth’s natural warmth, before it is passed through a pump which increases its temperatures to levels which can be...