On average the lifespan of a Heat Pump is over 20 years
Tariffs set the rate for your Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments. People who join the scheme and stick to its rules receive quarterly payments over seven years.
Air Source Heat Pumps circulate the warmth in the air from one place to another to heat homes and other buildings. It will even work in temperatures as low as -25c.
Your heat pump will deliver all of your heating and hot water demands as long as the size and installation is correct.
No, your Air Source Heat Pump can run alongside other heat sources, such as wood burning stoves etc.
The Air Source Heat Pump system consists of an outdoor unit, and/or a hot water cylinder – all connected using existing pipework in your home where suitable.
Every Air Source Heat Pump is designed bespoke for each home. We offer home assessments to guarantee the best cost for your property.
There is only a minor maintenance jobs that fortunately the owner can do themselves. It includes cleaning the outdoor unit and keeping it free of debris. It is also important to have your system serviced once a year. REST will supply you with details of this.
Yes, you will have full controllability of your Heat Pump system. From the thermostat, mobile phone or other connected devices.
REST offer a free survey for your property. We will make sure that your system size is correct and the most beneficial to you.
This means the heat pump is in a defrost cycle. Acting as a condenser to prevent ice build up, the outdoor fan will stop to increase the temperature.
The Air Source Heat Pump systems all fall into the permitted development category. Fortunately, this means they are not noisy.
Yes, Heat Pumps can be connected to your existing radiators, underfloor heating, water tank etc. Your systems compatibility will be checked during our home survey.
Having an Air Source Heat Pump means you will no longer require oil to heat your home.
With a heat pump, you don’t need to worry about a flue, oil tank or gas connections. Plus you won’t need to pay in advance to store fuel.
This can now be removed as you no longer require any LPG to heat your home.
You will receive payments from the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme if the Heat pump is installed through an accredited installer such as REST.
Although the heat pump still needs electricity to drive the unit, most of the energy required to heat your home and hot water will come from environmental energy.