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What is the Boiler Upgrade Scheme?

The boiler upgrade scheme is a government initiative aimed at promoting energy efficiency and reducing carbon emissions by incentivizing homeowners and businesses to replace older, less efficient boilers with more energy-efficient models. The scheme is typically part of a broader effort to combat climate change and reduce the environmental impact of heating systems, which are major contributors to greenhouse gas emissions.

In a recent announcement the UK government has increased the grant you can recieve from £5000 to £7500 but only for air source heat pump installations. However there is a set of criteria you must meet to be eligible.

  • own the property you’re applying for
  • have installed (or plan to install) your new heating system on or after 1 April 2022
  • be replacing an existing fossil fuel (gas, oil or electric) heating system
  • Your property must have a valid Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) with no outstanding recommendations for loft or cavity wall insulation.

If you’re unsure if your property is suitable to take advantage of the boiler upgrade scheme grant, if you simply fill out our form and submit your details we will then arrange surveys with an MCS certified installer who can then discuss with you your options.

*Important to remember that the grant is only open to homeowners in England and Wales (not Scotland). If you live in Scotland you might be able to get an interest-free loan or grant to make your home more energy efficient. For Northern Ireland you could be able to get a grant to replace your boiler.

What Is A Heat Pump?

Heat pumps work by moving the heat present in one location to a different location. In doing so, they use a fraction of the amount of energy required for conventional heating systems performing the same task.

While there are plenty of things to consider before investing in a heat pump, they make use of heat already present to cut down on energy bills and save households money. There are two types of heat pump system; ground source and air source. They both work in different ways, and one might be more suitable to your property than the other.

How Do Heat Pumps Work?

As the Government tries to encourage homeowners to move to more renewable energy sources, and to cut back on the amount of gas and electricity used, many environmental campaigners have hailed heat pumps for the reduction in the size of carbon footprints they deliver.

There are two types of heat pump systems:

Ground source heat pumps
Air source heat pumps (either air-to-air or air-to-water)
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Air Source Heat Pumps

Air source heat pump systems take heat from the outside air to provide hot water and warmth to your home. It works along the same principles as a refrigerator which draws heat from the inside – so much so that it can find residual heat in the atmosphere when it’s more than 10 degrees below freezing.

There are two types of air source heat pump:

Air-to-water – this type of heat pump system heats water which it then distributes to the radiators connected to your home’s central heating system. They are ideal for homes with underfloor heating systems.
Air-to-air – this heat pump takes warmth from the outside air which it then uses in warm air vent heating systems. You can’t use an air-to-air heat pump to heat the water in your home.

Among homeowners who have air source heat pumps installed, the air-to-water pump system is by far the most popular because of its ability to heat water.

Depending on your current central heating and hot water system, installing an air source heat pump could save you up to £1,350 on your energy bills.

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Ground Source Heat Pumps

Ground source heat pumps are also known as geothermal pumps. They work by pumping water in pipes though areas of naturally occurring underground heat. That natural heat increases the temperature of the water and, in a similar way to a conventional boiler, that heated water is used for your taps or to provide central heating.

With this heat pump, you can heat the water in your pipes up to around 50 degrees celsius, however if you want your water to be any hotter, your heat pump will need to draw more electricity from the grid.

These heat pumps offer homeowners savings of up to 50% on their heating bills in comparison to the standard heating systems found in most homes. The indoor elements of a ground source heat pump last for around 25 years, whereas the in-ground loops can last up to 100 years themselves.

Experts indicate that this kind of heat pump system will save homeowners between £750 and £1,500 a year on their heating bills (if your current heating is powered by electricity using an older, less energy-efficient system).

How Much Do Heat Pump Systems Cost?

Installing a heat pump costs between £6,000 and £18,500, depending on the type of heat pump system you choose and what you need to connect it to your property. Even with this cost, they can deliver energy bill savings of up to £1,550 a year.

Installing a ground source heat pump will cost between £9,500 and £18,500 depending on the size of the heat pump system.

Air source heat pumps are generally far less expensive to install than ground source heat pumps. Depending on the specifications of the system you choose, you should expect to pay between £6,000 and £10,000 for your system.

Heat Pump Maintenance And Warranties

Heat pumps generally come with a two to five year warranty. You can ask for warranties on the quality of labour during installation of up to 10 years – ask your installer if he or she works to the Quality Assured National Warranties (QANW) service.

Some installers will offer the option of extra paid-for warranty extensions. Manufacturers recommend that you check the system once a year and that you call out an engineer every one to three years to inspect your heat pump system.

Get Quotes For Heat Pump Installation

Given the increasing popularity of heat pump installations, it’s important that you choose an installer who gives you the right advice on which heat pump system is best for your home and at the best possible price.

The best way to do this is to get quotes from two installers local to you. Talk them through what you want and they’ll tell you whether it’s possible. There’s no obligation to accept any of the quotes given by our partner installers and our service is free of charge. To connect with trusted local traders for heat pumps, please contact us by filling in the form.

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