In addition to our valued MCS accreditation, we install Vaillant Ground source and air source heat pumps

Valliant are the market leaders in heat pumps with great back up and design service This enables us to bring the most appropriate domestic hot water and heat solutions to homeowners. We are independent, experienced, and keen to offer you our end-to-end turnkey solution; from design to installation to service & maintenance

Heat pumps for self-build and renovation projects.

If you’re embarking on a self-build or renovation project, this is a fantastic time to consider heat pumps. Renewable heating systems will generate income from the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, lower your utility bills, and reduce your carbon footprint. IMS Heat Pumps will integrate heat pump installation seamlessly into your project, on-time and on-budget.

You can also offset your electric running cost with Solar PV

 A new build project is the ideal scenario for embracing renewable heating. From this ultimate blank slate, you can tailor your property’s heating system to meet low-carbon regulations and reduce ongoing utility bills. For self-build projects, a ground source heat pump or air source heat pump is often the answer to efficient heating and hot water.

We work with self-builders and renovators, and we also partner with industry professionals on new build projects.

Air Source Heat Pumps.

The Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) extracts heat from the outside air and distributes it indoors through heating and hot water systems. It is classified as a renewable heating technology, so property owners benefit from the Domestic or Non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.

This system is particularly suitable when outside ground space is limited. A Ground Source Heat Pump requires trenches or boreholes to be dug, whereas an Air Source Heat Pump fan unit can be attached to an external wall. This type of heat pump can deliver efficient heat to the property regardless of climate, weather, or temperature.

Meet building regulations

Comply with UK government guidelines and local authority building regulations, reduce carbon emissions, and improve your SAP calculations. Go green, and get efficient.

Benefit financially

You could reduce monthly utility bills, and claim Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments. Renewable heating makes sense for your pocket and the environment.

Enjoy the simplicity

ASHPs are low maintenance, and straightforward to install for most properties. Usually no planning permission is required for standard new-builds or renovations in the UK.

Ground Source Heat Pumps

Renewable heat, directly from the ground.

A ground source heat pump (GSHP) extracts heat directly from the ground. The sun heats the earth every day, meaning the rock or soil beneath the surface can offer a natural source of consistent low-grade heat.

Property owners can install a vertical or horizontal ground source system. The former uses deep drilled boreholes, and the latter uses shallower trenches. The system circulates a solution through pipes , which absorbs the underground heat and filters it through a heat exchanger into the pump.

A ground source heat pump is a super-efficient heating system, delivering year-round heat to residential and commercial properties.

Meet building regulations

Comply with UK government guidelines and local authority building regulations, reduce carbon emissions, and improve your SAP calculations. Go green, and get efficient.

Benefit financially

You could reduce monthly utility bills, and claim Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments. A GSHP makes sense for your pocket and the environment.

Enjoy the simplicity

Meet building regulations

Comply with UK government guidelines and local authority building regulations, reduce carbon emissions, and improve your SAP calculations. Go green, and get efficient.

Benefit financially

Add real value to a property, reduce monthly utility bills, and claim Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments. A heat pump for a new build makes sense for your pocket and the environment.

Simple installation for new builds

Heat pumps are straightforward to install for most new build projects, and require low maintenance thereafter. We can work a heat pump installation into your existing project timeline.