Air source heat pumps are a environmentally friendly energy source that extracts heat from the air outside your building in order to provide you with heating inside. They function by moving warmth from the air over a refrigerant fluid, which is then passed through a compressor which heats it even more, accompanied by a condensor which releases the heat into your home.
Air source heat pumps come in two types. They can be either air to air heat pumps which absorb heat from the outside air and pass it to your house via a fan system or air vent underfloor heating. The other option is air to water heat pumps, which absorb heat and use it to heat water, which can be used to provide hot water heating through central heating and radiators.
Air source heat pumps make use of electricity to run, but they are very efficient and make use of naturally occuring renewable heat in the air. They can also be coupled with alternative electricity generation to further minimise their carbon impact. Setting up an air source heat pump will permit you to benefit from the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, which will give you money back for the heat that you produce. This means that the air source heat pump systems will save you money and pay for themselves as time passes.
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Kendal, anciently identified as Kirkby in Kendal or Kirkby Kendal, serves as a marketplace town and civil parish within the South Lakeland District of Cumbria, England. Traditionally in Westmorland, it is 22 miles (35 km) north of Lancaster and 50 miles (80 km) south of Carlisle, on the River Kent, and has an overall resident populace of 28,586, which makes it the third biggest settlement in Cumbria, behind Carlisle and Barrow in Furness.