We can install Ground and Air Source heat pump systems throughout Hampshire.
We are Mitsubishi Ecodan Partners and also work with Heat Pump specialists Snugg who take care of the heat loss calculations, technical specifications and MCS sign off. Then our qualified and experienced engineers will ensure an installation of the highest quality.
That way you get the benefit of 2 sets of experts for your new heating system. Plus ongoing maintenance and service, from a local company, to keep everything working perfectly.
Areas we cover
Why choose ROOST?
We're always on hand for support, maintenance and advice ongoing
A great partner:
We work with Snugg, the best eco-friendly heating team to get things working
Qualified & trained:
We're trained and experienced in all the major heat pump brands
Servicing & Repair of Air & Ground Source Heat Pumps in Winchester & Southern Counties.
Air and Ground Source Heat Pumps are state-of-the-art and super-efficient options for greener home heating, but you need a specialist team to keep them working that way.
Ground source heat pumps use pipes, buried in the ground to take heat to use for radiators, underfloor or warm air heating systems and hot water in your home. Heat from the ground is absorbed into a loop of pipe which circulates water and a heat exchanger takes this back to the heat pump. The system will work throughout the year as the temperature below ground is pretty consistent and the length of the loop can be varied according to your energy needs.
You could lower your fuel costs and actually gain an income through the government’s RHI scheme. You could also lower your carbon footprint.
You don’t need a huge garden but it does need to be accessible for machinery and suitable for housing a trench. For the ground source heat pump to be effective for you, it’s best if your home is well insulated.
An air to water system distributes heat through your central heating system. Air source heat pumps are ideal for integrating with underfloor heating systems as they give out heat at lower temperatures but over longer periods of time.
- An air source heat pump could lower your fuel bills, especially if you replace conventional electric heating
- You could actually make an income through the government’s RHI scheme
- Running an air source heat pump rather than conventional heating can lower your carbon footprint
- Installation is fairly straightforward and doesn’t require significant groundworks
There are a couple of things to consider:
Do you have some spare space?
An air source heat pump will need plenty of space around it to get a good flow of air. Outside space where a unit can be placed on the ground or fitted to a wall is essential.
Is your home well insulated?
The better insulated and draught proofed your home is, the more suitable it is for an air source heating system
Are you planning a new development?
Combining the installation of air source (or ground source) heating with other building work can make the cost of installation much lower.
If you’re interested in finding out whether a ground or Air Source heating system could be suitable for your home then why not give us a call? Our expert Roost Heating engineers are accredited to install MCS heat pumps and we’d be happy to arrange a visit to survey your home and come up with a no obligation recommendation for you.