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Grants For Air Source Heat Pumps – Would You Like A £10K Grant?

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Grants For Air Source Heat Pumps

 Would You Like A £10K Grant?

 Replace Oil Boilers / Old Storage Heaters  For A  Air Source Heat Pump

You Could Also Qualify For Free Solar Panels &  Free Insulation Valued At  Over £10000 !

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Free Heat Pump- Application Form

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Who Qualifies For A Free Heat Pump Grant?

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✅ You Must Have A Home EPC Of E – F – G



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✅ Be A Home Owner ( Or Live With one )  In Receipt Of  A Qualifying Benefit

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You Must  Have An  Old Oil Boiler / Storage Heaters / No Heating Fitted

All Free Grants Come With All Below

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Full Parts & Labour Warranty

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Free Home Insulation

Benefits That Qualify For A Grant

  •   Child Benefit  ( Income Thresholds Apply)
  •  Child & Working Tax Credits 
  •  Employment & Support Allowance
  • Housing Benefit


  • Income Support 
  •  Job Seekers Allowance  
  •  Pension Credit 
  •  Universal Credit


How Does The Scheme Work?

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You Apply By Taking A  Survey On This Page.


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If Eligible,  An Approved Install Partner Will Call You And Book Your Free Survey.

If Not, Your Application Will Be Binned.

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All Being Well Your Heating & Insulation Is Fitted Within 21 Days


See Our 100% Genuine Reviews

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Aidan Costello -Landlord 

A very helpful service to access grant aided heating improvements. Followed up progress until new heating installed. thanks.

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Kiran Patel – Landlord

“Had a boiler installed through Carlo.

Installers were very helpful and cleaned up after themselves. Very pleased.”

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Pauline Robinson

The Engineer who fitted my new gas boiler was thorough, professional, and well-explained how the system worked. Overall  I received a first-rate service, which I would highly recommend.


Benefits Of Air Source Heat Pumps

  • They will reduce your energy bills, especially in homes and properties without mains-gas.

  • They will heat your home and provide your hot water needs.

  • Air source heat pumps can operate at a wide range of temperatures throughout the year and not just on a hot summer’s day.

  • Unlike other boilers, air source heat pumps deliver heat at lower temperatures over much longer periods.

  • Air source heat pumps need little maintenance and are easy to install.

  • They don’t require fuel deliveries.

  • Air source heat pumps lower your homes carbon footprint.

Free Heat Pumps For Those Not On benefits

There are  grants for those who do not receive benefits but you have to apply under a different scheme.

This scheme is called LA FLEX  and is run by local councils.

Warm Front cannot assist you with this scheme unfortunately.

Free Air Source Heat Pumps

Air source heat pump grants are available to anyone claiming benefits who live in Scotland, England, Ireland or Wales. Providing the property you live in meets the requirements, someone in the property receives benefits or you are on a low income, you could qualify for a free air source heat pump with the ECO grant (Energy Company Obligation).

There is no cost involved for the tenant as it is fully funded. Getting a new air source heat pump will reduce your energy bills every month resulting in thousands of pounds saved over the future years. Even if you do not own the property the grant is still available to you.

How much is government heat pump grant?

Homeowners can now receive up to £5,000 towards an air source heat pump, or £6,000 towards a ground source heat pump.
Applicants will receive a voucher that must be redeemed within three months.
This means that the heat pump must be installed within the stated period.

Frequently Asked Questions

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How Do Air Source Heat Pumps Work?

Air source heat pumps absorb heat from the outside air which can then be used to heat radiators, hot water tanks or underfloor heating systems in your home or property. Air source heat pumps can extract heat from the air at temperatures as low as -15°C.

What Are The Benefits of Air Source Heat Pumps?

air source heat pumps are innovative heating systems are becoming increasingly popular due to their energy efficiency and cost-saving benefits. By harnessing the natural warmth in the air, air source heat pumps can provide reliable heating for your home while significantly reducing your carbon footprint. Not only do they help you do your part in protecting the environment, but they also offer substantial savings on your energy bills.

In this article, we will delve into the various benefits of air source heat pumps, from their ability to efficiently distribute heat throughout your home to their potential for government grants and incentives. Join us as we explore this exciting technology and discover how air source heat pumps can transform the way you heat your home.


What are air source heat pumps?

Air source heat pumps, also known as ASHPs, are heating systems that extract heat from the outside air and transfer it inside your home.

They work on the same principle as a refrigerator but in reverse.

Instead of cooling the air, ASHPs use a refrigerant to absorb heat from the outdoor air and release it into your home.

This process is powered by electricity, and the heat generated can be used to warm water for radiators, underfloor heating systems, or even to provide hot water for your taps and showers.

How do air source heat pumps work?

To understand how air source heat pumps work, let’s take a closer look at the two main components: the outdoor unit and the indoor unit. The outdoor unit, often referred to as the heat pump, contains a fan that draws in air from the outside. As the air passes through the heat pump, a refrigerant absorbs the heat from the air and evaporates into a gas. The gas is then compressed, which increases its temperature. This hot gas is then passed through a heat exchanger inside the indoor unit, where it transfers its heat to the water or air circulating in your home. The gas then returns to its liquid state and is ready to absorb more heat from the outside air. This continuous cycle allows air source heat pumps to provide a constant and reliable source of heat for your home.


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