Heat Pump Technology to get guaranteed fuel savings


The heat exchange technology that air source heat pumps now utilise can make them the most cost-effective option for your domestic heating requirements.


Depending on what heating system you currently own, with heat pump technology you could have a significantly lower heating bill by making the switch. Heat pump technology is known to be as much as three times more efficient than other electric heating solutions that depend completely on electricity for their function. With other fuel heating solutions, the costs are higher again and depend directly on the fluctuating price of fuel.


Heat exchange systems make use of the outside air for the heating process and the electric consumption for the working of this system is minimal. This will have minimal effect on your electric usage but considerably bring down your gas or oil energy bills.


Studies show that an average house that spends £800 per year on fuel can save 76.27% in the first year alone! This is why we say the savings are guaranteed for you. Due to inflation the average amount that you will potentially spend on domestic fuel will be over £15,000 in next 10 years and by making the switch to this heating technology, you are guaranteed to save on to this future expenditure.


No other heat exchange system can ensure such great savings for you now and in the future. Browse through our website for more information and allow us to convert your heating system or boiler system that will undoubtedly ensure savings on energy and fuel for you.

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