Air Source Heat Pump Installation
UES can help you to make the switch to greener, renewable energy. Embracing new forms of energy will not only help you to cut the amount of conventional energy that you use, but could also help you to save money.
We can supply and install both air source and ground source heat pumps to clients helping to transform your home or commercial property in a few simple steps.
Air Source Heat Pumps
Air source heat pumps work by absorbing heat from the outside air, which can then be used to heat your home or office. The heat that these pumps extract from the air is naturally renewed, so you will always have a reliable and constant source of energy. We can help you to find the right pump for your requirements, and can also help to organise planning permission where required.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
Ground source heat pumps take heat from the ground using buried pipes, and can help you to take advantage of this free and constant source of warmth. You could potentially enjoy lower energy bills and lower carbon emissions thanks to your new heat pump, which will also require very little maintenance. If you have any questions about our heat pumps, we recommend that you get in touch today.
Solar Panels PV
Solar panels, or solar photovoltaics (PV), capture energy from the sun which can then be converted into free, useable electricity. Thousands of homeowners and businesses across the UK have embraced a solar alternative to conventional energy, and UES have helped a wide variety of people to generate energy and money through their panels and rewarding Feed in Tariffs.
In addition to the above, we can also install solar water heating systems, as Micro-CHP (micro combined heat and power). We have a renewable energy solution to suit every property, budget and requirement, and our expert team will be happy to guide you through your options.
We work with clients throughout Southwest and Wales, so wherever you are based locally, make UES your first port of call for heat pumps or other renewable technologies as an alternative to conventional home or commercial heating.