In the UK using an Air Source Heat Pump over a traditional gas-powered boiler is different in so many ways, but mainly for the better not just on the environment but on the cost of your bills also. In a usual Gas Boiler heated residential property, on a cold day you will turn the heating on in the morning and the house will warm after about half an hour or so, but with an Air Source Heat Pump, the temperature of the water in the pipes and radiators is at lower heat over a longer period of time. It still heats your home up to the same temperature as a boiler, but it is a much more efficient way to heat a property. The result is a home that is always warm but also uses less energy for heating as well. The up and down and on and off method uses more energy and only gives you set time windows for warmth in your home.
Rather than having to worry about when to turn the heating on and off to warm the home, we can tell an Air Source Heat Pump system what temperature we want and when. The installed application works out the cheapest way of meeting that temperature and operates the Heat Pump accordingly. It can sometimes take a while to get used to the difference between this kind of system and a traditional gas boiler system but reading through the quick start guide should help you find the perfect settings for your home all year round.
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