If you're looking for a cost-effective heating and cooling system for your home or office, then the use of a heat pump system is an ideal solution. They work by extracting warm air from the outside air, ground or a nearby water source, concentrating the heat and transferring it indoors. Heat pumps are therefore much more efficient than most fossil fuel-based heating systems.
At Norton Air Conditioning Ltd, we have highly experienced and trained heating engineers who provide top-quality work. We take care of all industrial, commercial, and domestic heating needs.
There are six different types of heat pumps that all extract warm air from different locations. Please get in touch to discuss which heat pump is most suitable for your requirements.
Air Source Heat Pump
An Air Source heat pump draws the heat from the outside air and takes it to a higher temperature using a compressor. The newly generated heat is then transferred to the heating system inside.
Geothermal Heat Pump
Geothermal heat pumps use the solar energy stored in the ground to provide heating for your home. This type of heat pump is fitting for a range of buildings as well as low environmental impact projects.
Exhaust Air Heat Pump
An Exhaust Air Source heat pump absorbs heat from the waste air leaving a building and upgrades it to be used inside your home.
Solar-Assisted Heat Pump
A Solar-Assisted heat pump absorbs atmospheric heat using an external absorber and turns it into heat for your home.
Water Source Heat Pump
A Water Source heat pump uses submerged pipework to extract energy from water sources. This type of heat pump uses the same unit as a ground source heat pump, though, the way the heat is collected is different.
Hybrid Heat Pump
A Hybrid heat pump draws heat from different sources depending on the temperature outside. It uses an Air Source heat pump along with a gas or an oil boiler to heat your home.
Benefits of installing a heat pump
- Heat pumps use less electricity
- They are safer than combustion-based systems
- A heat pump can provide cool air in the summer
- Heat pumps are cheaper to run
How does a heat pump help the environment?
Heat pumps use 75% less electricity than your conventional electric heaters to heat your home. A heat pump also does not give off harmful emissions in the process of heating or cooling your home therefore making it more environmentally friendly. Lastly, it has an efficient conversion rate of energy to heat.
We are happy to provide you with a free, no-obligation quotation at any time. You will find that our prices are highly competitive.