Here at Heateasy.co.uk we have heat pump Installers for almost every area of England and Wales. We have teamed up with several heat pump Installers nationwide, allowing us to put you in touch with a company on your doorstep. No one wants to have something installed by someone based on the other side of the country so by having heat pump installers recommended by Heateasy.co.uk would be the perfect solution.
Carmarthenshire, Glamorgan & Monmouthshire
Someset, Wiltshire & Glouster
London, Middlesex, Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Essex, Herts, Bucks & Berkshire
South Lancashire, Cheshire, Derbishire & South Yorkshire
Devon, Dorset & Hampshire
Norfolk & Suffolk
Fife, Angus, Kincardineshire, Perthshire & Kinros-shire
West Lothian, Lid Lothian, East Lothian Berwickshire
Ross-shire, Cromartyshire, Sutherland, Caithness & Orkney
What is a standard installation
This is where the evaporator (indoor unit) is mounted on the inside of the external wall where the condenser (outdoor unit) is to be located & bolted directly to a set of floor skis or wall brackets inc in the price. Condenser location is on the ground floor, easily accessible and any walls are capable of supporting the weight of the equipment. Interconnecting pipe work is less than 4m & condensate line is gravity fed. (additional pipe work charges from £40 per metre)
For systems between 4.5Kw 6.9Kw add £55 plus vat
7Kw and above add £110 plus vat.
First floor installations add £110 plus vat
The customer needs to ensure there is a 13a electrical plug socket within 1.5m of the internal or external unit depending on the make of unit. For systems 7kw and above a minimum 20amp supply will be required.
We have fully trained teams of installers who are happy to install, repair, service or comission any air conditioning system that you have, anywhere in South Wales and most places in the South West and England.
Servicing of your unit needs to happen roughly every year to keep your heat pump operatng efficiently also to uphold the manfactuers warranty. A heat pump service will include an engineer taking a look at the system to make sure it is still running as efficiently as it should be, checking for leaks and any other signs of wear and tear and providing the unit with a good clean with the correct chemical (Please note using incorrect chemicals on the fins and components can ruin you heat pump).
Cleaning the indoor unit filters on a monthly bases by yourselves will help keep it running on top form.