As heat pumps do not heat up water to the same extent as boilers within wet central heating systems, there are some important areas to identify before you install one. The first is radiator size. If you are replacing your wet central heating system with a heat pump, your current radiators may not be of an adequate size for the rooms. Secondly, as the heat is not of the same temperature as gas, oil and biomass boilers you would need to have a well-insulated house to ensure that the required temperature is reached.
In recent years the technology involved in heat pump systems has advanced quickly. Resulting in systems becoming much more efficient, quieter and with user-friendly controls that can be accessed remotely via the internet.
We also provide the installation of heat pump systems with underfloor heating or radiators in new and existing, domestic and commercial buildings following MCS compliant energy performance calculations.