The UK government has set an advantageous goal of reducing the country’s carbon footprints by 3% each year. That goal requires individual households to dramatically cut their own emissions. While turning off the lights and using more efficient lighting can reduce emissions, it only accounts for some 6% of energy used in our homes. In comparison, heating and cooling makes for some 53% of our energy consumption.
At Soltech, our goal is to help the everyday family save on their heating and cool costs and emissions through our eco-friendly home air conditioning service in Cheshire. Through our Wilmslow based air conditioner heat pump services we also help families find a better way to heat their homes.
One way we do this is through our air source heat pumps. But what is this new technology, and why would you want it for your home?
A Simple Definition
Air source heat pumps recover renewable heat energy from the air around you. It takes that heat and concentrates it, then transfers it to either your radiator or hot water heater. This simplistic method for heating and cooling the air in your home helps reduces energy costs by 30% all while providing a substantial reduction in carbon footprint. We use this unique technology in our home air conditioning service in Cheshire.
What are the Benefits for You?
The average homeowner is more concerned with energy costs and making the easiest possible decision, than with installing the latest technology in heating and cooling. Convenient installations and powerful results are what individuals are looking for.
Fortunately, the air source heat pump is no less convenient than traditional energy sources. However, air source heat pumps are more expensive initially. Over the course of a couple of years, the unit pays for itself as it saves over 30% on energy costs.
Another benefit is the scalability of the unit. It may be used independently or in conjunction with a traditional energy source. You don’t have to sacrifice your current system to install this new energy-efficient energy source.
If you’re interested in a more efficient home air conditioning service in Cheshire, contact us. We’ll help you find the best solution for your home.