WHICH HEATING SYSTEM IS RIGHT FOR ME?
Air source heat pumps in older buildings
An air-to-water heat pump is best suited to older buildings. If you already have hot water heating, fitting a new system isn't an issue. The installation can usually be completed in a day and you can use the existing radiators.
Air source heat pumps in new builds
If you are planning to build a new house, a heat pump gives you lots of options. You have complete freedom in planning your heating system. Underfloor or panel heating is possible as are radiators or fan coil units.
Hot water preparation
An air source heat pump can prepare and also store all the hot water needed for domestic use. There are numerous possible ways to do this ranging from an individual system to an all-in one solution.