Heat Pump Installations Ireland
There are several types of heat pumps, including air to water heat pumps and exhaust heat pumps, but the most common heat pumps installed in Ireland and Northern Ireland are Ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) (aka geothermal heat pumps) and air source heat pumps. Heat pumps are a renewable technology that takes the available heat from the ground or air surrounding a property and increases it to a more useful temperature for use in the home. This renewable source of heat can be used to create warm air or water (for space and central heating) as well as hot water (for both central heating and domestic hot water supply). This process delivers green, low-cost, energy-saving heating and hot water all year round.
Installing a heat pump can provide heating solutions for multiple properties, i.e new builds, self build projects, single builds, refurbishments or retrofit applications across Ireland and Northern Ireland. Below you find case studies of recent heat pump installations, where an accredited heat pump installer has assessed the suitability of the home, discussed heat pump installation options, and provided a heat pump heating solution based on how energy efficient and well insulated the home is, the space available inside and outside the home,whether the client wants a simple boiler replacement or an entirely new heating system. Based on this information the heat pump installer can tailor a heat pump heating solution to meet the clients requirements and budget.
Heat Pump Installations Ireland benefits:
- Lower your fuel bills
- Lower your home’s carbon emissions
- Does not require fuel deliveries
- Little maintenance required
- In Northern Ireland Eligible for financial assistance of £1,700 for Air Source Heat Pump, £3500 for Ground Source Heat Pump from the Northern Ireland Premium Payment Scheme
- In Northern Ireland you can receive seven years of payments under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
Below you will find the range of heat pumps supplied and installed throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland