Enjoy your conservatory with perfect temperature control 365 days a year
Is your conservatory too hot in the summer but too cold in the winter? Do you feel as though a lovely investment and place to spend time with the family has not lived up to expectations?
There is a solution – thanks to our brilliantly innovative and energy efficient range of air source heat pumps.
How can we keep your conservatory cool in the summer and warm in the winter?
Here at Noreus, we have years of experience installing renewable products to provide customers across Staffordshire, Cheshire, Shropshire and beyond with environmentally friendly central heating and hot water systems.
Our air source heat pumps work by pumping a cooling liquid into an outdoor heat exchanger. The liquid absorbs heat from the atmosphere and in the process, is transformed into a gas before being transferred into a mechanical compressor. The temperature in the compressor rises because of the increased pressure while a second indoor heat exchanger uses this energy to warm a room.
So how can this principle work in a conservatory? For a start, an air source heat pump works brilliantly alongside underfloor heating to create a cosy indoor environment during the winter months.
In the summer, it can be used in ‘reverse’ to create a cooling effect, meaning you can enjoy the benefits of a ready-made air conditioning system.
How else can the Noreus team help reclaim your conservatory? Well, our argon-filled windows are an ideal choice if you are looking to replace misted-up glass. We can also help you to create a weatherproof layer of protection thanks to our roof insulation.
Make the most of the extra space you’ve always dreamed of. Ask us for a thermal image survey to see where and how your conservatory is losing heat.
- Reclaim your conservatory
- Perfect all-year round temperature control
- Warm in the winter and cool in the summer
- Works brilliantly with underfloor heating
- Environmentally friendly
- Energy efficient
- Low maintenance
What our customers say
We are very pleased with the spray foam insulation system and have noticed big difference in the warmth of the house.
The men worked very hard and did a good job. 10/10 for punctuality and cleanliness of the treatment team.Stockport
.......... and since we only had mains electricity power laid on at the bungalow, our hot water had always cost us a fortune using the immersion heater. The Solar Thermal system you installed - especially the twin cylinder layout - means that we don't waste any available power and the running costs of the system are minimal. And we have got hot water! Thank you also for installing the battery backup system to get us over power cuts that we get!
Air Source Heat Pump FAQs
Yes, an air source heat pump is the system of choice for most swimming pool owners.
Electricity powers the pump, but for every unit of electricity used you get between 2 and 3 units of heat – making this an efficient way to heat your home.
Yes. Our air source heat pumps are designed to still work at temperatures as low as -20C, ensuring that you can continue to enjoy a warm conservatory even in cold winter.
No. Our air source heat pumps are state-of-the-art and quietly efficient. You should expect a noise no louder than a modern fridge freezer.
If you use an air source heat pump and/or solar thermal system to solely heat your swimming pool, then you won’t qualify. However, if you also use it to provide heating for the rest of your home, under the current scheme, you can apply for the RHI, which generates a quarterly payment for seven years.
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