Heat pumps convert low-temperature heat into higher-temperature heat - even in winter when it is well below freezing.
This process takes place in a closed circuit and involves constantly changing the state of the working fluid (evaporation, compression, condensation, expansion). Refrigerators operate on the same principle to extract heat from inside and discharge it to the outside.
By contrast, heat pumps take stored solar heat from the environment around the house - soil, water or air - and release it together with the input energy in the form of useable heat to the heating and hot water circuit.
Heat Pumps Benefits
Provides 100% of your Central Heating and Hot water Requirements
Running costs of up to 55% less than Oil Boiler
Can be fitted to an existing dwelling.
Options available for existing high temperature radiators.