Baxi Air Source Heat Pumps

Our monobloc range of Baxi Air Source Heat Pumps will deliver reliable, energy-efficient performance. Suitable for a wide range of properties. 
Baxi Air Source Heat Pump technical knowhow

What is a heat pump?

A heat pump is a mechanical device that extracts heat that is present in the air, ground or water and boosts it so it can be used for heat and hot water in buildings.

 

As most of the heat comes from the environment and the electricity used to run the heat pump comes from our ever-decarbonising electrical grid, heat pumps are extremely green.

 

In the UK and Ireland, the three main types of heat pumps used are air source, ground source and water source heat pumps. Our commercial brand, Remeha, also has a range of gas absorption heat pumps.

 

Air source heat pumps (ASHPs) are generally preferred because they are more flexible to install. Ground source and water source heat pumps are generally more time consuming and difficult to install, because of the groundworks that are required.

How Air Source Heat Pump Works - Mechanism Explained

How does a heat pump work?

Air source heat pumps extract heat from the air to provide heating and hot water for residential and commercial buildings. The units are usually situated outside the building. Ambient air is pulled across a finned heat exchanger and the refrigerant inside is then superheated via an electrically driven compressor.


This heat is then transferred to water through a plate heat exchanger, and pumped throughout the building to radiators, under floor heating or hot water tanks - just like a boiler.

Our Heat Pumps and Cylinders

Baxi HP40 Monobloc Air Source Heat Pump

Heat Pumps

Baxi HP40 Monobloc Air Source Heat Pump

If you are looking to upgrade to a low carbon solution in your home, the Baxi Air Source Heat Pump is the perfect choice for reliable, energy-efficient heating and hot water. 

Baxi Air Source Heat Pump Cylinder

Heat Pump Cylinder

Baxi Air Source Heat Pump Cylinder

Are you considering a Baxi Air Source Heat Pump for your home? Our new cylinder range is the perfect fit, and there will be a model for you, however much hot water you need. 

Find an Installer

Simply enter your postcode and find a local, trained, Gas Safe registered engineer to give you a free, no-obligation quote on a new boiler or cylinder service or repair.

Benefits of Heat Pumps

Reliable

Will provide a steady, reliable source of heat

Configurable

Can be configured to suit the needs of individual properties

Energy efficient

A correctly installed system will help to reduce your carbon footprint

Less maintenance

Air source heat pumps require less maintenance than traditional natural gas heating systems

Government grants

Grants may be available to help with the cost - find out about grants in your part of the UK and Ireland

Annual servicing

Providing annual service care for your home heating system
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Grants for Heat Pumps

Different areas may offer different grants to help you with the cost of installing an air source heat pump. In this section, we provide a brief overview and links to some of the main organisations that you can contact for further information on grants and loans. 

Related FAQs

Are there grants available for heat pumps?

Different areas may offer different grants to help you with the cost of installing an air source heat pump. Find out if you are eligible on this page.

Can I still replace my old gas boiler?

Yes, you can replace your existing gas boiler but you don’t have to do this before 2025. Find out more at Baxi's FAQ section...

What is the Boiler Upgrade Scheme?

Find out everything you need to know about Boiler Upgrade Scheme and if you eligible for the Boiler Upgrade Scheme.

Heat Pump Videos

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Living with an Air Source Heat Pump

Your journey to a sustainable future starts here. When you install a Baxi Air Source Heat Pump, you can enjoy low carbon heating and hot water using sustainable energy drawn from the air outside your home. And it will keep working all year round, even when it's below zero outside.