Air Source Heat Pumps

What Is An Air Source Heat Pump?

Air Source Heat Pumps are an efficient, alternative form of heating. The Air Source Heat Pump extracts renewable, solar energy from the air to produce sufficient heat to comfortably cater for all of your heating and hot water requirements.

Air Source Heat Pumps work by moving heat stored in the air into the building, unlike traditional fossil fuel and biomass systems which create heat through the burning of a fuel. This means that Air Source Heat Pumps don’t have to work as hard to produce heat, and as a consequence the production of this heat is far more efficient than traditional methods. Our range of Air Source Heat Pumps typically have a coefficient of performance of 3.5, which means that for every 1kW of electricity used, 3.5kW of useful heat energy can be produced.

Air Source Heat Pumps can work with any form of distribution system, however the best performance is achieved when it is partnered with underfloor heating which enables the lowest possible flow temperatures.

At Surefire Eco we have, delivered through our trusted network of partners, the design expertise to provide you the most efficient Air Source Heat Pump for your project.

How Air Source Heat Pumps Work

This video from the Energy Savings Trust explains how an Air Source Heat Pump works to heat your home.

The Advantages of Air Source Heat Pumps

Choosing an Air Source Heat Pump from Surefire Eco for your project has many advantages, and through our unique experience and expertise we ensure that these advantages are optimised.

  • Reliable Heating System – First and foremost, Air Source Heat Pumps provide a consistent and reliable form of heating for you or your customer.
  • Reduced Heating Costs – Air Source Heat Pumps are very efficient when they are designed and installed correctly. Our aim here at Ecoject is to combine unique design capabilities with the skill and expertise of our installation teams, to ensure that the end result is a complete heating and hot water system that costs as little as possible to run.
  • Savings versus traditional electric, oil and LPG heating systems – These savings can be as high as a 60% reduction in running costs.


  • Government Grants are available – such as the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive. Generally speaking, the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is applied where a single property, which can receive a domestic Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), is being heated by a renewable heating system. The EPC acts as proof to show that the property is assessed as a domestic dwelling, as well as provided the deemed heat requirement for the property on which the payments are based.


  • Comply With Building Regulations – Heat pumps and underfloor heating save carbon dioxide emissions compared with conventional fossil fuel technologies and radiator distribution. These carbon savings contribute to towards your compliance with Part L of the Building Regulations.

Key Benefits :

A Renewable Energy Source

Reduce Your Energy Bills

Eligible For RHI Payments

400% Efficiency

Air Source Heat Pump Installation in Huddersfield and throughout West Yorkshire