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Mitsubishi air source heat pump


Many of us will have heard about ground source heat pumps and the benefits they provide with reduced energy bills and fewer carbon emissions released. What you may not realise though, is that air source heat pumps can offer fantastic efficiency levels too, when compared with the conventional ways of home heating.

And air source heat pumps are by far easier to install than their ground source counterparts, being more suited to a wide variety of properties from flat to detached homes.

The Mitsubishi air source heat pump is one of the leading designs in the UK and the technology has an external box which is fitted to the outside of your home. The Ecodan system takes heat energy from the air and converts it to energy for use in the home.

The efficiencies of the Mitsubishi air source heat pump will depend on the size and output you choose to have installed, and factors such as your current heating system.

Heat pumps have the functionality to perform optimally throughout the year, even in the winter. In fact, systems can capture heat from temperatures as low as -25ºC.

If you’re interested in the Mitsubishi air source heat pump then you must purchase a system through an Accredited Ecodan Installer, ensuring your system is optimised to suit the property and provides a high level of performance all year round. These contractors are often independent and have demonstrable knowledge and appropriate qualifications.

The Mitsubishi air source heat pump offers a solution to almost any home. It’s a brilliant alternative to traditional heating systems and Ecodan technologies provide sustainable heat for many years to come.
You can consider an investment no matter your heating system too, but areas off of the gas network are highly recommended to install a heat pump. In particular, the Ecodan system offers cheaper installation costs and running charges compared to oil heating.

Heat pumps are often referred to as a fit and forget technology too. In fact they can perform optimally without the need for maintenance over 20 years.

There are a range of cash incentives for the uptake of air source heat pumps too, including the Renewable Heat Incentive which will provide a solid income for those who invest from 2014. This is a Government scheme to incentivise the uptake of renewable heat technologies. There is also a £1,300 grant available to those wishing to make an investment.


Facts & Figures You’ll Love To Share

  • A heat pump is capable of generating enough heat to reduce your annual energy bills by up to £650.
  • The Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive will pay out hundreds of pounds a year for the renewable heat produced.
  • Cash grants of up to £2,000 are available to help fund the purchase of heat pumps.
  • As gas and electricity prices continue to rise, heat pumps will provide greater savings for the years to come.

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