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Air Source Heating.

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Building a couple of houses for us at the moment.

Looking to fit air source heat pump with underfloor heating.

Any knowledge would be appreciated ie: installers, suppliers, etc in the Suffolk /Essex area.

Cheers Steve.

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The company I work for in Fakenham, Norfolk fit and supply these.

We fit these to most new builds that out sister company builds.

 

renewable plumbing solutions ltd

Google search rps renewable energy should come up with the webpage

 

They might well travel depending on work etc.

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The company I work for in Fakenham, Norfolk fit and supply these.

We fit these to most new builds that out sister company builds.

renewable plumbing solutions ltd

Google search rps renewable energy should come up with the webpage

They might well travel depending on work etc.

Thanks Bud

Will check them out.

Steve

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Is it any good the air source heating? i went through the motions of trying to drop my monthly bills right down. Got solar panels installed to drop the leccy bills, got a wood burner installed to save on heating and a new boiler. Put my feelers out for a air source heat pump but didnt get great feedback with regard to them.

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Thermal solar panels are a far better bet.

They use a glycol system to transfer heat to the hot water system.

 

Mines has saved me a fortune already and it returns far greater savings that ground or air source.

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nice one rake aboot, like to here stories of people saving money on bills. My roof already has the solar panels on so no room for thermal. I dont think my garden is big enough for ground source so it would be air or nothing. Ill probably not bother, Im not exactly flush at the moment and it would take a few years to rake back the outlay.

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There is a thingy you can get that diverts surplus energy from solar PVs to immersion heater (£120ish?). Handy if you don't have spare roof space or much extra money.

We're (himself's) currently doing a very smart conversion. If you can't find any useful info from Google I may be able to get some details from him.

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