A heat pump works in indoor heating spaces with heat from outside. The heat pump works in the same way as a refrigerator. They absorb heat and then transfer it to another medium.

Specific air-source heat pumps may also be used as cooling devices in the summer. They are most often placed outside of buildings that have enough space.

There are two types of air-source heat pumps:

These heat pumps absorb heat from the air outside and transfer it into your home using a fan to heat a space.

Lusospas heat pumps absorb heat from the air and transfer it through your central heating system to provide hot tubs, cold water heating, radiators, or underfloor Heating within an indoor space.

Benefits of Air Source Heat Pumps

Heat pumps have many advantages. An air source heat pump can help you save money and lower your carbon footprint than a gas or electric heating unit. Flexibility and affordability are two of the most important benefits of heat pumps. An ASHP is capable of working for either Heating or cooling. It can also be used for space heating and water heating.

These are the most significant benefits of buying an air-source heat pump hot tub:

Low Carbon Footprint

The low-carbon heating method of air source heat pumps is. They heat and cool your home using outside air. You can reduce carbon emissions by switching to an electricity- or coal-based heating system. An air source heat pump produces 3-4 units but only 1 unit of electricity. This makes it an excellent alternative to reduce carbon emissions.

Energy Bills Can Be Reduced By Saving Money

Switching to an air-source heat pump can lower your energy bills since you will use outside air for Heating and cooling. If you switch from an electric or co-based system, your savings will be more significant.

The operating costs of heat pumps are affected by a few elements. These factors include efficiency, the amount of heat required, and the temperature at which the heat source is located.

It Can Be Used For Space Heating and Hot Water

Depending on your air source heat pump, you may also be able to heat water. The temperature of the water used to heat the water (also called ‘flow temperature’) determines this. The flow temperature must be at least 55 degrees Celsius to heat water. If the system is intended for space heating only, the flow temperature will be 35deg.

Easy Installation Process

An air source heat pump installation can be completed in 2 days. An air source heat pump is much easier than installing a heat pump because you don’t have to dig. Although domestic heat pumps don’t usually require planning permissions, it is a good idea to consult the local authority before starting your project. This is an excellent option for retrofits as well as new builds. You can reduce the installation cost by combining heat pump installation and other building work.

Low Maintenance

A technician should perform maintenance and servicing once a year. These air-source heat pumps require little maintenance. However, there are some things you can do to improve the performance of your heat pump. Only a licensed installer should perform any more complicated tasks.