How Do Heat Pumps Work?Posted on by Belmar Services Ltd Blog
Heat pumps are a cost-effective alternative to heating and cooling residential spaces. There are various types of heat pumps available and in the latest blog post from Belmar Services Ltd, we discuss air source heat pumps, how they work and their benefits.
In the modern day, we are all much more aware of our impact on the environment. Consequently, finding greener ways to heat and cool residential spaces is becoming an increasingly popular investment.
How They Work
Heat pumps work by absorbing heat from the air at a low temperature into a fluid. This fluid then passes through a compressor where its temperature is increased and then transferred to heating and hot water circuits of a property. Quite impressively, an air source heat pump can get heat from the air even when the temperature is as low as – 15º C.
The Benefits of Heat Pumps
You will see a more dramatic decrease in your fuel bills if your heat pumps are replacing existing conventional heaters or boilers, powered by electricity or coal. However, regardless of the actual amount you save, there is no denying that heat pumps work much more efficiently than traditional systems. What’s more, heat pumps have less impact on the environment, helping you to live much more sustainably.
Heat pumps are easy to install and can be integrated into any system, meaning that you can carry on with your daily tasks, safe in the knowledge that your system will be up and running, and providing you with its energy-saving benefits as soon as possible.
Here at Belmar Services Ltd, we have been installing heat pumps at competitive prices, complete with a 10-year guarantee for many years. Our highly skilled, professional engineers have more than 30 years of industry experience, giving you the peace of mind that all our systems are of the highest quality and from reliable manufacturers.
If you would like more information on our wide range of services, including servicing and ventilation, call our team today on 0115 7849914. Alternatively, fill out our online enquiry form and we’ll be in touch shortly.This entry was posted in Latest News. Bookmark the permalink.