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Air Source Heat Pumps

Boiler Upgrade Scheme – Take advantage of the Government’s £7,500 Grant

Announced in April 2022, the government is offering as part of it’s ‘BUS’ (Boiler Upgrade Scheme) an incentive of £7,500 (totally free) per installation. The scheme has £450 million of funding to give away, so now is the time to claim your £5,000 towards an air source heat pump and guard against the rising energy costs.

Cheaper than other quotes and very high spec


Air heat source pump installation. Slight wait for government voucher to come through but amazing installers. Company very responsive to contact, cheaper than other quotes and very high spec. Thank you.

Tom S.

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Reliable and validated projected savings

Our quotes include a price for the full installation together with your individual projected savings from switching to air source heat pumps. It’s important to us and our customers that we show realistic savings figures that you can rely on. Our projected figures are fully validated by EPVS – the Energy Performance Validation Scheme. EPVS manually recalculate and check our calculations to ensure the returns that our customers sign up to are an accurate reflection of the system will deliver. We only proceed with product installation following full EPVS approval.

Your installation is fully guaranteed

Every Smart Ecogen installation is fully under-written by the Home Improvement Protection Scheme (HIPS) – a consumer protection organisation. Any products installed by HIPS must be fit for purpose, installed professionally and come with comprehensive guarantees which are underwritten by specialist insurance. This provides our customers with a high level of protection and peace of mind.

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FAQs : Are Air Source Heat Pumps Worth It?

Air source heat pumps, also known as air to water heat pumps, are a popular renewable heating choice, especially for new build projects because they provide an energy efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective way to heat a home. A heat pump is a versatile electrical appliance featuring an efficient heating system which extracts heat from one source and transfers it to another, working like a fridge or an air conditioning unit.

Compared with other domestic heating methods such as conventional fuel boilers, heat pumps can deliver savings on annual heating bills. Heat pumps can deliver over four times the amount of energy for every 1kW of electricity depending on the flow temperature and the climate conditions prevailing at the time. They have also been recognised for their quiet operation. A heat pump will require more investment than a conventional fuel boiler, however the running costs and comfort levels will be improved provided the house is adequately insulated. The energy source used by a heat pump is electricity, which can be entirely renewable, which in turn helps to reduce carbon emissions.

Air source heat pumps do work with existing radiators in the same way a boiler does. However, heat pumps use lower water temperature than traditional systems and to be effective it is sometimes necessary to change some of the existing radiators. If you are thinking of installing a heat pump, you don’t necessarily need to get new radiators but there is a chance your existing ones could be too small for the system. In this case, you’d need to add more radiators for the heat pump to work efficiently.

Yes, air source heat pumps do still work in cold weather, and can still extract heat from the air when temperatures are as low as -20C.

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