Air Source Heat Pumps
An Air Source Heat Pump from 0800 Repair will deliver up to four times more heat energy than the electricity it uses.Get started today
Paired with a renewable electricity tariff, you could reduce the carbon you use for heat and hot water
all the way to zero.
An Air Source Heat Pump is an incredibly efficient way of producing heat and hot water for your home.
You can offset the cost by taking part in the Boiler Upgrade Scheme which runs in England and Wales from April 2022 to April 2025.
0800 Repair is unique in having the expertise to both fit and look after all your energy equipment, 24/7, once installed.
What are Air Source Heat Pumps?
Air Source Heat Pumps are an incredibly efficient way of producing heat and hot water for your home. They provide energy by extracting heat from the air outside (even when it’s cold) to supply heating inside your home. Air Source Heat Pumps can be a lot less expensive to run than other traditional heating systems.Get started today
How do Air Source Heat Pumps work?
Air Source Heat Pumps work in the opposite way to your fridge. The pump blows air over tubes filled with a refrigerant which is then warmed and transformed from a liquid to a pressurised gas. Now hot, the gas warms cool air or water. This heated air or water is then circulated around your home to provide warmth and heat your hot water.Get started today
Why choose 0800 Repair?
0800 Repair leads the way for energy products that reduce your carbon emissions and save you money. Our experts design, install and maintain Air Source Heat Pumps and all types of renewable technology for commercial and domestic customers.
We are unique in having the expertise to both fit and look after all your energy equipment, 24/7, once installed.
With a team of qualified in-house engineers working across the UK, you can rely on us to deliver excellent customer service and be there for you whenever you need support.
Our reputation is built on experience, expertise and knowledge of renewable technology. We’ve been doing this for years and we’ve completed thousands of Air Source Heat Pump installations.
As part of PHS, a leader in renewable energy supply, we’re the ideal partner for installing and servicing Air SourceHeat Pumps in your home.
Why choose Air Source?
Once installed, your Air Source Heat Pump will require very little maintenance and will run for years and years.
An Air Source Heat Pump will prevent your pipes from freezing
in winter as the system runs constantly at a low, sustainable level.
Some Air Source Heat Pump systems include a further feature – the ability to help cool your home when temperatures rise in summer.
Air Source Heat Pumps are a desirable, modern feature that could help to increase your home’s market value and attractiveness
Frequently asked questions
Yes, heat pumps are able to take heat from the air outside, even when the temperature is well below freezing. Cold ambient temperatures aren’t a problem and heat pumps are very popular in many European countries with cooler climates than the UK.
Yes, outdated heating systems such as old gas boilers, electric storage heaters and oil or coal-fired systems are expensive to run. Replacing them with a heat pump should save you money. Our experts will survey your home before any work takes place and help you choose the best system for you.
Yes, Air Source Heat Pumps use a cylinder to store hot water until you need it. Once the water is heated, insulation keeps it hot for hours. As part of designing your new system, we will assess your hot water needs and make sure the cylinder is the right size to meet the demand in your home.
On average, we are able to install a new heat source system in 2-3 days.
The government’s Boiler Upgrade Scheme offers grants for Air Source Heat Pumps. If eligible, you can get £5,000 towards to cost of buying and installing one in your home.
Yes, our qualified heat pump engineers will need to service your heat pump every year to make sure it continues to run reliably and efficiently.
Yes, and our installing engineers will show you what you need to know. There is very little to do as heat pumps work best when left on at a low but comfortable setting all day long.