Air source heat pumps take heat from the air outside and use it to heat the building. Air to water heat pumps work by taking heat from the air and transferring it to water, which is then used to heat the building. Water to air heat pumps take heat from water and transfer it to air, which is then used to heat the building. Water to water heat pumps work by taking heat from one body of water and transferring it to another body of water.
Heat pumps are an efficient way to provide heating for commercial premises. They are also relatively easy to install and maintain. If you are interested in getting one installed, do not hesitate to contact us today. We, at SDH, are based in Lancashire, UK, however we also offer nationwide services.
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A ground or air source heat pump can reduce energy costs for heating your company by consuming less energy, than central AC for instance. Also, you're going to be shielded from energy market fluctuations, which, when rising, could cause significant additional expenses for your business.
Good for the environment
Heat pumps generate comparatively less CO2 emissions in comparison with conventional heat generators, helping boost cutting-edge environmental protection policies, such as the ISO 14001 standard. It can also help your organisation build up a reputation as environmentally responsible.
Why Heat Pumps Should Replace Gas Boilers in Commercial Buildings?
Increasingly, massive heat pumps are used in commercial settings. It is predicted that close to fifty percent of carbon footprint for commercial buildings will be produced by heating alone. The goal is to seek newer, more efficient methods of heating commercial premises.
Commercial heat pumps are a great option for heating due to their ability to function as both a heater and a cooler. They eliminate the demand for commercial air conditioning systems since the unit cools off and heats the premise on its own. More importantly, a heat pump generates no carbon emissions.
We provide a comprehensive service and maintenance package following all our installations in order to ensure that our customers get the best out of their investment. Our engineers are fully qualified, have years of experience to ensure every job is completed to the highest of industry standards.
We also provide service and maintenance packages on existing mechanical and air conditioning systems for those customers looking for a new supplier. Whether you require air conditioning maintenance in Bolton, HVAC services in Manchester or ventilation installation services in London, we can supply.
If you want to discuss how our air conditioning and ventilation services may be able to help you, please use or contact form or give us a call on 01204 305 053.