UKHeatPumps are a specialist supplier of sustainable heating solutions for residential and commercial projects. UKHeatPumps provide a unique design, training and expert advice for all types of renewable projects. Ensuring that the homeowner has the right knowledge ready to make a decision.

UkHeatPumps will walk you through a step by step guide keep you updated and informed at the progress. Any system changes will always be related back to the customer as we want the Altherma Heat Pump to be perfect for your needs and requirements. UkHeatPumps will work continuously from design – sign-off, with aftercare services and technical assistance Available.

The RHI (Renewable Heating Incentive) is open for all types of renewable systems. This scheme incentivises homes owners to go green. There are cashback incentives for homeowners who install a source of renewable energy. These systems from Ground source heat pumps, Air source heat pumps, Biomass boilers and certain solar panels. To make sure it approved it must be on the eligibility list found on the Ofgem website.

UkHeatPumps are a specialist distributor, training and sales centre for Daikin UK. We work closely with Daikin to offer our customers a problem-free and quality service.


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Phil Hurley, Managing Director of @NIBEEnergy, says the infrastructure required for ground source heat pumps should be considered a long-term priority. https://bit.ly/3nuZqtT

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