Kilcot Home Switches From Oil to an Air Source Heat Pump

If your home is currently on oil or LPG there is never a better time to look into the new technologies that exists for supplying your home with heating and hot water efficiently.

We have recently completed the installation of a Mitsubishi 14kW Air Source Heat Pump for a new customer in Kilcot, Gloucestershire. The property is a large 1970’s bungalow and previously relied on oil and log burners to supply the home with heating. There were areas of the bungalow that were prone to cold spots and demand on hot water was high from a growing family.

With the installation complete and after a recent visit to hand over and commission the system, the warmth in the house even at a low temperature setting, is delightful to feel. Suffice to say the family are also very pleased with the installation.

A new 14kW Air Source Heat Pump from Mitsubishi installed by GSM Limited at Kilcot Gloucestershire

A new 14kW Air Source Heat Pump from Mitsubishi installed by GSM Limited at Kilcot Gloucestershire

At GSM Limited our experience and professional approach is helping many uncertain customers find better ways to heat their homes. If you are currently unsure please call us for a free, no obligation discussion on 01531 – 828 782, asking for Paul O’Connor.

To help you further we can arrange for  you to see recently and long term installed Air Source HEat Pumps, meeting the owners on your own, where you can uncover a lot of relevant and useful information from them in respect of energy costs, efficient and suitability.

 

14kW Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pump installed by GSM Limited at Kilcot, Gloucestershire

14kW Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pump installed by GSM Limited at Kilcot, Gloucestershire


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