The heat pump will enable you to generate renewable heat and save money.
Are you ready to find a renewable energy source for your home? Are you looking for a new way to utilise the heating in your home? Have you considered that air source heat pumps could be the product you are searching for?
Our team at Save Energy World has been installing a heat pump system in homes across Ilford and London for several years; during this time, our heating services have helped families save hundreds of pounds!
As your local installers, the air source heat pump installation we carry out will be second to none. Our job is to help you save money and heat your home simultaneously; if you want further information on the professional service we can offer, be sure to get in touch with our team today. We will be more than happy to provide you with a free quote on a heat pump system for your home.
A heat pump captures heat from outside and moves it into your home. It uses electricity to do this. However, the quantity of heat delivered into your home is greater than the quantity of electricity used to power the system.
The air source heat pump is installed on your property to utilise the ground source pumps paired together; the pipes below ground can extract a low-temperature natural heat that is then brought to the air source heat pumps and warmed in a way that can heat your property.
This heating system then allows you to distribute the heating to wherever it is needed; whether it is for radiators, hot water tanks or your underfloor heating, it provides renewable energy for your home.
Get in touch with our team for full details on what heat pump systems are available in Ilford and London.
As a heat pump captures heat already in the environment, the system emits no carbon dioxide emissions. Making it a renewable energy source.
Air-to-water heat pumps take heat from the outside air and feed it into your wet central heating system; with a correctly positioned air source heat pump, you will feel the heat and watch your energy bills reduce!
They are most suitable for larger radiators or water underfloor heating because their heat is colder than a conventional gas or oil boiler. The air source heat pumps produce much heat but at a lower temperature.
They need a large surface area to release the heat most effectively. It is more straightforward to incorporate larger radiators or under-floor heating for a heat pump while you're extending your home or in a new-build property. It can also cost less than retrofitting underfloor heating later on.
Air-to-water heat pumps qualify for the Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) - which will provide upfront capital grants to support the installation of heat pumps and will be open to properties in England and Wales.
Please contact us today if you need further information or more about our plumbing, heating and other services. Here at Save Energy World, we can provide you with renewable energy solutions, air conditioning and more in Ilford and the surrounding area of London.
You'll need a place outside your home where a unit can be fitted to a wall or placed on the ground. It must have some space around it to allow good airflow.
There are two types of air-to-water heat pumps: monobloc and split systems. A monobloc system has all the components in a single outdoor unit, with pipes carrying water to the central heating system and a hot water cylinder inside your home. A split system separates the components between indoor and outdoor units. Whether a monobloc or split system is right depends on your budget and available space.
Monobloc systems are cheaper and quicker to install and don't take up as much space in your home, although they are generally slightly less efficient than split systems. The efficiency gain from split systems comes from some heat transfer occurring inside the building where it is warmer than outside.
If you are not limited by space inside your home, installing a split system may be worth the extra cost. Your installer should be able to talk you through your options and help you choose the design that works best for you.
The external unit for a heat pump is identical for both monobloc and split heat pumps. Noise is created by large fans moving air across the heat exchanger.
Unless the heat pump is working very hard (i.e. in cold weather or producing high-temperature water), you can expect the noise to be a similar volume to a fridge if you are standing within a couple of metres. You could easily hold a normal conversation next to it without raising your voice. As it gets colder outside, this noise will increase in volume while it's operating but should still allow you to hold a conversation easily, only raising your voice a little.
The inside unit for a split system only contains valves and pumps and makes very little noise.
Most homes in the UK use radiators or underfloor heating to circulate hot water – this is referred to as a 'wet' system. Air-to-water heat pumps need a wet system.
If you don't currently have a wet system, you will have to decide whether you'd like to install one. This is an excellent opportunity to ensure the wet system is optimised for a heat pump, resulting in lower running costs.
Don't want or can't install a wet heating system? An air-to-air heat pump could work for you.
Daikin Altherma 3 H HT is an investment in comfort and energy savings. This air-to-water heat pump delivers heating, cooling and instant hot water—and uses less energy.
This system is ideal for homeowners who want to upgrade their boiler or traditional heating system to a greener and more cost-effective solution.
The range includes one outdoor unit compatible with three award-winning indoor units, all of which can be customised to deliver heating, cooling and domestic hot water.
Clean, minimal and uncomplicated is the best way to describe the Daikin Altherma 3 H HT outdoor unit. A black horizontal grille covers the entire front plate to hide the single fan and reduce its operational sound.
At the same time, the matte grey finish reflects the colour of the exterior wall to help the unit blend into different environments and landscapes.
The Daikin Altherma 3 H HT is a renewable heating solution that performs just as well in colder climates as in warm climates. Compared to other heating systems, this range uses outdoor air to deliver the correct heat and hot water capacity, even in temperatures as low as - 28°C.
When operating in Standard Sound Mode, the sound pressure level of the outdoor unit is 38 dBA (at 3 meters)—that’s somewhere between birds chirping and a quiet library. On Low Sound Mode, the sound pressure is reduced to half (35 dBA at 3 meters).
Discover the three indoor units that are part of this range and the three different settings (Three features) you can choose from to tailor the range to meet your climate needs.
1. Wall Mounted Model
A compact unit combines with a separate tank to deliver domestic hot water. This model offers an optional cooling function.
2. Integrated DHW stainless steel tank model
A compact unit with a footprint of 595x625mm. The unit connects to a 180 or 230L tank to meet domestic hot water demand and can operate in either a cooling or bizone settings.
3. Integrated ECH2O DHW tank model
The ECH2O unit has a thermal DHW tank of 300 or 500l that can connect to thermal solar panels. This model offers an optional cooling setting.
The Heating Only function is standard in the Daikin product range and is available for all three indoor units. This setting provides space heating and domestic hot water.
If you need comfort cooling in addition to heating and hot water, then the Reversible function is the best solution. This feature allows the system to reverse its operation to provide cooling instead of heating for all three indoor units. This setting requires an underfloor piping system or fan coil units.
The integrated floor standing unit is the only indoor unit equipped with a Bizone setting. With Bizone, you can choose to manage and control the temperature of two separate zones in your home that use different emitters, like radiators or underfloor heating.
The Daikin Altherma 3 H HT contains the latest European HVAC technologies developed for European climates. Discover the features that make this product stand out from the rest.
1. Modern casing
Daikin engineers collaborated with designers to bring a breath of fresh air to the traditional outdoor unit. Inspired by the excellent design of Daikin indoor units, this outdoor unit features an attractive front plate and clean lines to blend into surroundings easily.
2. High-capacity fan
Daikin engineers collaborated with designers to bring a breath of fresh air to the traditional outdoor unit. Inspired by the excellent design of Daikin indoor units, this outdoor unit features an attractive front plate and clean lines to blend into the surroundings easily.
3. Brand-new compressor
Daikin Europe worked with the Daikin Technology and Innovation Centre in Japan to develop a special compressor that delivers 70°C water. This high-temperature heat pump is also the first to use R-32: a more energy-efficient refrigerant that releases fewer CO2 emissions.
4. Durable insulation
3-layer insulation and rubber pads between the bottom plate and vibration plate absorb and insulate the sounds made by the compressor while in operation.
The LG THERMA V air-to-water heat pump (AWHP) provides heating and hot water without using fossil fuels, providing a low carbon solution for an efficient, comfortable home. THERMA V uses 75％ of natural energy absorbed from the outside air, and the rest of 25％ comes from electricity.
Switch to LG THERMA V to start living more sustainably. The LG Therma V Air to Water Heat Pump (AWHP) uses renewable technologies and natural energy from the air to provide greener heating and hot water for your home. THERMA V significantly CO2 emission compared to oil or gas boilers.
Reduce your energy bills, and your reliance on fossil fuels with Therma V. LG Therma V is approximately four times more efficient than traditional fossil-fueled boilers, as Therma V is an air-to-water heat pump that absorbs natural energy from the outside air.
THERMA V R32 Hydrosplit provides reliable heating operating under extreme weather as low as -25℃.
THERMA V R32 Hydrosplit automatically controls the optimal flow rate by comparing the current water temperature with the target temperature through the sensor. It helps reduce operating costs by avoiding unnecessary overloading of heat.
THERMA V R32 Hydrosplit can control the temperature of two separate zones through independent heating circuits. The mixing valve kit allows users to set different target temperatures in different zones.
Seasonal Auto Mode automatically determines heating, cooling operation and target temperatures.
User-friendly and intuitive UI enables quick and convenient navigation with a simple touch, allowing easy schedule and operation mode settings based on the user’s lifestyle. Moreover, daily and monthly power consumption monitoring makes it possible to manage energy efficiently.
Using outside air and electricity as a heat source, heating and hot water are delivered through the water pipe. It’s safe, saves extra space, and is easy to install.
THERMA V R32 Hydrosplit is equipped with the revolutionary R1 compressor. This advanced compressor improves the tilting motion of the scroll, increasing overall efficiency and reliability. Furthermore, the compressor operating range is improved from 10Hz to 135Hz.
THERMA V R32 Hydrosplit is equipped with an environmentally friendly refrigerant with a low Global Warming Potential (GWP) of 675. It provides powerful and highly efficient heating. Also, it can bring more business opportunities in compliance with the European regulatory requirements.
The Standard III remote controller can quickly check water flow rate and pressure.
The remote controller stores up to 50 items in its history, making it easier to troubleshoot errors or malfunctions.
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If you have been looking for the perfect company in Ilford and London to provide you with air source heat pumps, you are in the right place. Our team here at Save Energy World are passionate about helping families in the area to get their home energy bills as low as possible.
All you need to do to find out more is get in touch, we are always more than happy to provide you with a no-obligation quote.