In the average UK household, heating and hot water accounts for over half of all spending on energy. Air Source Heat Pumps and Ground Source Heat Pumps are a cheaper to run than any other heating system and offer efficiencies of up to 400%. A standard boiler is 60-90% efficient.
Heat pumps take advantage of thermal energy that is stored naturally in the ground or surrounding air, which is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, meaning you can be kept toasty at all times while doing your bit for the planet.
Air Source and Ground Source Heat Pumps transfer naturally occurring heat from the ground or the air into your building. They connect to your existing radiators, underfloor heating network, air vents and taps to provide heating, hot water and cooling all in one system.
No two projects are the same. At Cactus Energy, we make it our mission to tailor each solution to the individual customer. We offer a variety of products to ensure that your system will deliver maximum efficiency and suit the style of your property.
The process starts by assessing your energy needs and goals, as well as your property’s structure, space, insulation and local conditions. You will be assigned a dedicated Project Manager, so the same friendly face will be your point of call from project inception to completion. And we don’t stop there. We provide ongoing education and advice to help you make the most of your system and enjoy a truly sustainable lifestyle.
Yep, you read that right. Not only will heat pumps bring you cheaper energy bills, but you can actually make money via the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). What’s that all about?
The RHI is a Government initiative that pays homeowners and businesses with renewable heating systems for every unit of heat they generate. Including the heat that they use themselves.
Be part of the solution. By joining the transition to a cleaner energy system you can truly make a positive difference in fighting climate change and improving air quality.
Did you know that heating systems account for half of all carbon dioxide emissions from buildings in the UK? Heat pumps offer a greener approach. They produce zero on-site emissions and zero total emissions if powered by electricity from a renewable source, such as solar panels. Installing a heat pump can reduce your own carbon footprint by up to 70%. That’s massive.