Air Source Heat Pumps

Heat pumps have been in our homes for decades, working in our refrigerators to keep our food chilled and frozen.

The technology has found its most common use in refrigerators and room air conditioning units, where heat is removed and dumped outside. Air source heat pumps work in reverse to this, gathering heat from outdoors and moving it inside.

This technical guide for homeowners explains the workings behind air source heat pumps, the possible benefits and drawbacks, and general guidance for anyone considering investing in a low-carbon technology.

Air source heat pump technical guide.

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