Air Source Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat Pumps

Sustainable Energy Independence in North Wales

JM Renewable Solutions is a leading installer of Air Source Heat pumps (ASHP) across the domestic, commercial, and agricultural sectors. We offer market leading technology to help you save money on your energy bills. Retrofitting UK homes with efficient and sustainable heating and hot water systems will ensure energy independence, end our dependence on fossil fuels and help the UK achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Trusted ASHP INstallers

Our mechanical director Martin Jones is highly experienced in installing air source heat pumps and has over 15 years of experience across the domestic and commercial sectors.

We are fully MCS accredited which is an internationally recognised quality assurance scheme used to certify microgeneration technologies which produce electricity and heat from renewable products.

Did You Know?

Our talented team of in-house installers at JM Renewable Solutions have won several awards, including the highly commended Renewable Heat Installer (RHI) installer of the year, and overall winner of the project of the year with a value up to £250,000 at the 2019 Welsh Energy Efficiency Awards.

To learn more please read our Mechanical & Electrical Installation At Meliden Goodsyard Case Study

What are the Benefits?

5 Benefits For Air Source Heat Pump Owners

Lower running costs in comparison to fossil fuel alternatives.

You could save up to 70% on your annual energy bill

They are emission free; reduce your carbon footprint with an air source heat pump.

Safety – Unlike fossil fuel alternatives, there is no risk of gas leaks or Carbon Monoxide poisoning.

Air Source Heat Pumps are easy to maintain and have a long lifespan.

Grants & Funding

Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS)

Make your solar system as efficient as possible and harness your own free energy by installing a battery to store excess energy for use when needed.

ECO4 Scheme

If you are a Homeowner, Landlord, or private Tenant with an electricity-heated property and receive income-related benefits, you are highly likely to qualify for the government’s ECO4 grant.

Mitsubishi Electric

Business Solutions Partner

After completing excellent training we are a reliable and trusted partner of the  ‘Business Solutions Partner’ accreditation  & can offer a 7 year warranty on all Mitsubishi heating products.

Stiebel Eltron


Stiebel Eltron are one of the world’s market leading suppliers of air source heat pumps and other green technology. As a partner we can offer our customers a 7 Year warranty on Stiebel Eltron products.


VIP Installer

As VIP installers, we are able to offer extended 7 year warranty on all NIBE Air Source Heat Pumps

Frequently Asked Questions

An Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) is a type of heating system that works a bit like a fridge in reverse; it extracts useful heat present in the outside air to provide warmth for your home or business. It works by extracting the natural heat energy present in the air, to water which heats your rooms via radiators or underfloor heating. They can also heat water stored in a hot water cylinder for hot water.

All heating products make some level of noise and heat pumps are usually quieter than fuel boilers. The Mitsubishi Ultra Quiet Ecodan heat pump range has a sound level of just 45decibels, making them quieter than some refrigerators.

The cost to install a heat pump will vary depending on the size of the system, the brand you choose and how many you will need. Our highly experienced team can undertake a comprehensive heat loss survey to determine the energy efficiency of you home.

Installing an air source heat pump means making changes to your existing heating system. A detailed heat loss survey is necessary to ensure that we’re designing a system that is as efficient as possible for your property therefore, each quote is bespoke to your property. We realise that many clients are busy and we can offer online surveys or meet you at your property for peace of mind.

It usually doesn’t take longer than 2 hours to survey a building, but this will vary on the size of your property. We can offer an online survey if you are able to provide us with enough information. During a survey we will need:

Detailed measurements of each room: Our surveyors undertake a heat loss assessment in each room. We will measure each room and perform heat loss calculation based on details such as level of insulation, window, radiators, and doors.

Heat Pump Placement: We will determine where you can place your air source heat pump on the outside of your property. It must have some space around it to allow a good flow of air.

Hot Water Cylinder Placement: Our surveyor can assess your existing heating system to ascertain a location for your new cylinder. The new heat pump cylinder will be installed instead of your existing cylinder or combination boiler. We will recommend where the new cylinder will be installed and how much it will cost.

System design – Using the heat loss survey or technical design team will utilise this data to design a bespoke air source heat pump system to ensure it is able to heat your property as efficiently as possible. In some cases, you may to upgrade old radiators to improve efficiency. ASHPs sometimes require larger surface area radiators but this isn’t always the case and it may not be needed in each room. Each property is unique and our technical design will highlight what your property needs.

It is recommended that heat pump isn’t located near a bedroom window, opening doors. It is usually considered permitted development, so it’s not necessary to apply for planning permission. If you live in a listed building or a conservation area, you’ll need to get consent from your local planning authority prior to the installation.

The Boiler Upgrade Scheme offers £5,000 towards the cost and installation of your new air source heat pump until 2025. Learn more by visiting our Boiler Upgrade Scheme page.

Yes, heat pumps can work efficiently and heat your property in cold weather. To ensure this, it’s vital that you choose a trusted MCS accredited installer that has undertaken a heat loss survey to design the correct size system and recommend the relevant upgrades for your property. Ecodan ASHPs are designed to work in freezing temperatures up to -25degrees Celsius.

Do you have any other questions?

Latest Air Source Heat Pump Case Studies


75kW Solar PV & Heat Pump Installation for Ysgol Brynhyfryd

Ysgol Brynhyfryd has gone green with a major renewable energy upgrade! The school now features 100kW of solar power and two high-efficiency air source heat pumps, projected to save £19,000 annually and reduce carbon emissions by 28 tonnes!


8.5kW Air Source Heat Pump Installation, Rhes-y-cae

We’ve just fitted an 8.5kW Mitsubishi ASHP to a brand-new property, bringing sustainable heating to Rhes-y-cae, Flintshire. With careful planning and expert installation, the owners will benefit from reliable hot water with minimal running costs.


14kW Air Source Heat Pump Installation, Newborough

Installation of a 14KW Mitsubishi Ecodan heat pump in a sustainable new build in Newborough, Anglesey. A+++ efficiency, low running costs, and smart control for optimal performance.


5kW Air Source Heat Pump Installation, Conwy

We recently replaced an old oil boiler with a 5kW Mitsubishi air source heat pump in Cerrigydrudion, enhancing efficiency and embracing sustainable heating.


Retrofit Installation of 53 Hybrid Air Source Heat Pumps, Anglesey

In September we secured second place at the 2023 National Energy Efficiency Awards for our outstanding project involving hybrid air source heat pumps.


5kW Air Source Heat Pump Installation, Anglesey

In response to the growing demand for sustainable heating solutions, we recently completed the installation of an air source heat pump & cylinder in Dulas, North Wales.

Our Services

Solar PV

Battery Storage

Air Source

Ground Source

EV Chargers


Electrical & Mechanical


Our Process

Contact for consultation
01244 555141

Initial consultation meeting

Produce energy report & design the system

Final meeting – discussion of the recommendations


OUR Partners