Air source heat pumps use electricity to operate, and work in a similar way to a fridge

They extract heat from the air outside and use it to warm your home

For every one kilowatt of electricity used they can create up to four kilowatts of heat to warm your radiators and hot water.

The Government is providing grants towards the cost of buying an air source heat pump, and eligible homeowners will get £7,500 off the price of installing one.

Under the scheme, eligible homeowners will be able to receive government grants for the purchase of low-carbon heating systems such as heat pumps, which are more environmentally-friendly than natural gas boilers.

This makes it easier for you to reduce your carbon output and enjoy the savings of a heat pump in a quicker time

Book your no-obligation home assessment with us for expert advice on the latest grants and offers available

All installations are carried out by Construction Circle’s experienced technicians using only SWIP products approved by BBA.

All our installations are registered with Trust Mark


  • What’s the eligibility criteria for AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMP??

    Be a homeowner in England or Wales.

    Have an up-to-date Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) that shows that all the basic energy efficiency measures have been installed in your home

    Don’t worry if you don’t have this, as we’ll be happy to arrange for an EPC and the installation of any required energy efficiency measures.

  • Is it really Free?

    If you receive a qualifying benefit, in most cases it is free but a small contribution is sometimes required, depending on the efficiency of the property.

  • What if I don’t qualify?

    Even if you’re not entitled to a grant, we can still help to organise a survey and give you a quote.

  • Is the survey Free and how long does it take?

    Yes, the survey is free and it typically takes up to one hours.

  • Will I have to clear the room out?

    Yes, the room will need to be empty before the work begins. It does not need to be removed before the survey.

  • How long does the work take?

    It depends on the property type and nature of work but most installations are completed in one day.

  • Will I receive a guarantee?

    Room in Roof insulation comes with a 25 year guarantee. This will be provided by organisations such as GDGC.

Under the current ECO scheme, you can qualify for GBIS Insulation for free if you’re eligible to improve your home’s energy efficiency. Check if you are eligible.