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Air Source Heat Pumps

Unlock the potential of energy-efficient heating with heat pumps.

Embrace the future of energy efficiency with our state-of-the-art heat pump technology. As trailblazers in sustainable heating solutions, we are committed to providing innovative and eco-friendly alternatives.

Why Should You Get An Air Source Heat Pump?

Discover The Benefits Of An Air Source Heat Pump

Did you know heat pumps:

– use renewable energy

– are more efficient than gas boilers (up to 300% more efficient)

– can be cost effective

reduce your carbon footprint

– are quiet

Sustainable Living with SW3's Air Source Heat Pumps

Unveil a new era in residential heating with our air source heat pumps – the epitome of efficiency and innovation. Unlike traditional gas or oil-fired boilers, these sophisticated systems operate at lower internal temperatures, resulting in radiators that exude subtle warmth. Say goodbye to abrupt bursts of heat; our air source heat pumps provide a calculated and prolonged dispersion of comfort, reminiscent of a carefully crafted narrative. Step into a realm where technological precision meets refined warmth, and experience the future of home heating.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

There are two primary categories of air source heat pumps: monobloc and split systems.

In a monobloc system, all components are housed within a single outdoor unit. Pipes convey water to the central heating system, and a hot water cylinder is situated inside your home.

Conversely, a split system separates the components between indoor and outdoor units.

The choice between a monobloc and split system hinges on factors such as your budget and available space. Monobloc systems are generally more cost-effective and have a quicker installation process. They occupy less space indoors, albeit being marginally less efficient than split systems. Split systems, on the other hand, can boast enhanced efficiency as some heat transfer occurs indoors, where the ambient temperature is higher, resulting in reduced heat loss.


Ultimately, the decision depends on your specific needs and considerations.

A suitable external location is necessary for installing a unit either on a wall or on the ground outside your home. Sufficient space around the unit is essential to facilitate optimal air circulation.

​If space constraints within your home are not an issue, investing in a split system, despite the additional cost, might be worthwhile. Your installer will guide you through the available options, assisting you in selecting the design that aligns best with your preferences and requirements.

Designed with precision for heating small, well-insulated modern flats and homes, compact heat pumps are tailored to efficiently operate within limited spaces. These units require only a cupboard with approximately 80cm x 80cm of floor space within the flat, ideally positioned near an exterior wall.

​Alternatively, for smaller properties like park homes or flats, an air-to-air heat pump presents itself as a viable option. In cases where heating is provided communally for each flat in shared-service flats, other solutions may be more suitable.

A conventional heat pump doesn’t supply hot water instantly like a combi boiler. Therefore, a means of storing hot water, such as a hot water cylinder, is essential for meeting your hot water needs.

​Hot Water Cylinders: The size of the hot water cylinder should align with your household’s typical hot water consumption. These cylinders are typically accommodated in cupboards measuring at least 80x80cm.

​Alternative Solutions: If space constraints hinder the installation of a hot water cylinder, alternative options are available. Some hybrid systems are configured to have the heat pump handle heating, while a boiler caters to hot water demand.

​Another consideration is the installation of a heat battery, which occupies less space than a traditional hot water cylinder.

​For a more compact solution, instantaneous hot water heaters are also viable. These can be installed under your kitchen sink, providing a smaller, immediate supply of hot water.

Maximising Efficiency and Minimising Impact with Air Source Heat Pumps

Discover the extensive benefits of energy savings and environmental responsibility with SW3’s Air Source Heat Pumps. Beyond their role in home comfort, these advanced systems play a crucial part in reducing utility costs and overall environmental impact. The remarkable efficiency in converting ambient air into a reliable heating source ensures cost-effectiveness while aligning seamlessly with your sustainability goals. Backed by the reputable brand Vaillant, SW3’s Air Source Heat Pumps represent the epitome of cutting-edge technology and environmental conscientiousness. Choose SW3 to maximise savings and minimise your ecological footprint, all while ensuring your home is optimised for both comfort and efficiency.

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