Logo-Ayres Heating. Environmentally friendly heating solutions.


High Efficiency Boilers

Air Conditioning




Solar Panels Solar Panels Wind Power - Micro Generation Air Conditioning for your home and commercial premises Underfloor heating Air and Ground Source Heat Pumps Cutaway house showing alternative and traditional heating options.>
Home About Ayres Grants Case Studies News Contact


Heat Pumps

Solar Energy

Wind Power




Gas Fired Heating

Oil Fired Heating


Air Conditioning


Service and Maintenance



Useful Links


Ayres Heating -
Environmentally Friendly Heating

At Ayres Heating we are very keenly aware of environmental issues. Gas and oil prices only seem to go up and up whilst it is well known that the burning of fossil fuels adds to the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) content of the atmosphere and the majority of scientists agree that CO2 is one of the major contributors to environmental change.

Anything that can be done to reduce the reliance on fossil fuel will save you money and will be good for the environment.

After much research, we are delighted to be able to provide a variety of environmentally friendly heating solutions that offer considerable savings on running costs and significantly reduce CO2 emissions from your heating.

The three options that we provide are

Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP)

ASHP systems extract heat from the air and use it to heat your home. The sophisticated Ecodan units manufactured by Mitsubishi can extract heat even when the outside temperature drops to -15 degrees.

For every unit of electricity they consume, 3-4 units of heat are produced, delivering up to 30% savings on running costs and reducing emissions by up to 50%

Installation is easy, only requiring water and electric connections and systems benefit from low maintenance requirements  -helping to keep running costs to an absolute minimum.

You may be eligible for grant funding to help you meet the installation costs.

Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP)

GHSP systems extract heat from the ground. A system of pipes is laid in trenches or in a borehole and a special liquid is pumped through them. The ground (whic is always at a constant temperature) heats this liquid and a specialised heat transfer unit extracts this warmth and uses it to heat your home. It's a lot like your kitchen fridge working in reverse.

Like the ASHP, putting in 1 unit of electricity enables the system to produce 3-4 units of heat

Solar Panels

Ayres Heating have partnered with the Worcester Group and supply and install their Greenskies range of solar panels.

Solar Panels absorb the warmth from the sun and our system then extracts this heat and uses it to heat the water for your home. A typical, well sized, solar panel system should provide around 50-70% of your domestic hot water requirements and are capable of extracting heat from the sun even on cloudy days.

Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions

Copyright © 2016-2018 ayres-heating.co.uk