FREE ECO AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMP
What is Eco Renewable Heat Scheme?
The Eco Renewable Heat Scheme is an exciting heating solution that allows households to generate their own clean heating and hot water with absolutely No System Cost and low monthly bills at just £20 per month, which we think sounds rather nice. This revolutionary solution is brought to you by GFSD. It is designed to provide you with a clean renewable heating system through the installation of an Air Source Heat Pump system. Insurance, repair and maintenance of the system is all taken care of by us, so you can rest easy knowing that performance is guaranteed for 7 years. In short, we sign an agreement with you to say that we can install and maintain a Air Source Heat Pump for 7 years and in return, you agree to pay us £20.00 per month for 7 years which is fixed for the whole duration of the term. After the 7 years has elapsed, the system is handed over to you to benefit from free heating and hot water. The system's life span are roughly 20 years. We will also supply you with free LED light bulbs for your home which can reduce your electricity bill by 10%.
Want To Purchase A System Instead?
If you would prefer to purchase a system instead, now is probably the best time to do it. System costs will depend on your property but on average £9-13k installed. If you do decide on purchasing a system, you will receive the RHI payments for 7 years which in most cases, pays for the system.
Don’t Miss This Opportunity, Contact Us Today and start Saving Money with a purchased system that generates FREE heating for your home and earns you money for the next 7 years!
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Heat Pump Energy Conversion
- Will Air Source heating cover 100% of my heat demand?
- How does an Air Source Heat Pump work?
- Where does my Air Source Heat Pump go?
- Are Air Source Heat Pumps noisy?
- Will my Heat Pump be running all the time?
- What will happen to my energy bills?
- Is there any financial support available on my Air Source Heat Pump?
- Will I find a rising cost on my electricity bills?