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Customer Reviews

We just wanted to say a big thank you for doing a brilliant job. Everything seems to be working well, and we are lovely and warm. Can you pass on…

Victoria, Hertfordshire

Prompt & professional etc. Review Written- 13.07.17

Graham, London

We recently took the decision to replace an unreliable oil fired boiler with a Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pump. Everything has worked out well. We were impressed with the AOS…

David Boyd, Cambridge

AOS staff did a brilliant job to trace and then fix a recurrent fault with ur heat source system. Having found what the issue was and following an ‘on-site' telephone…

Martyn Waters,, Cublington

Excellent installation of a Heat Source pump to replace our oil burner. Very efficient and helpful installers, and effective communication from office staff. Now have constantly cosy house. Review Written- 21.07.17

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News

The great news we have all been waiting for... The Renewable Heat Incentive has been increased by 33%

Tariff Uplift to £10.18p per kWh BEIS has now announced a tariff increase of 33% for Domestic Air Source Heat Pump installations. This exciting news means that those who apply to…

Important changes to the Domestic RHI scheme

Overview In March 2016, the Government published a consultation on changes to the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme. After taking into account the feedback it received, The Department for Business,…

Our Guide to the Energy Related Products Directive (ErP)

The Energy Related Products Directive or ErP (2009/125/EC) is a key part of the European Union's drive to encourage consumers to use more energy efficient products. This is a two-part…