We Are A Trusted Home Heating Specialist in the South West

For Residential And New Build Homes Of All Shapes & Sizes

The ThermoHome range of eco-friendly heating systems helps to reduce the running costs and the carbon footprint of your home. Our solutions range from ground source and air source heat pumps to fan coil radiators with both heating and cooling functions.


Use the latest in air and ground source technology to heat your home in an eco-friendly manner.


Reduce your homes carbon footprint and live more sustainably without fossil fuel heat generation.



Eliminate your heating costs with renewable heat pump technology using heat from ground or air.

Why Choose Heat Pumps?

Our Services

We specialise in the supply and installation of heat pumps and fan coil radiators to support the global move towards sustainable heating sources. Our energy efficient solutions are supported by the Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) which enable you to apply for a grant of up to £6000 to replace fossil fuel heat sources. Air and Ground Source Heat Pumps can offer a more efficient alternative to fossil fuel-based heating systems all whilst reducing your homes carbon footprint in the move towards a more sustainable future.

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Get in touch today to get the ball rolling


Let us specify the requirements for your project​


We’ll provide you with a budget price range


Using one of our experienced heating engineers


All of our installs come with product warranties

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Why Choose ThermoHome?

Is your future with ThermoHome?

We’re always on the lookout for experienced heating engineers to assist with heat pump installations. If you’re in the plumbing and heating industry or fancy dipping your toes in, we’d love to hear from you.

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Don’t Heat Pumps Cost A Lot To Run?

One of the pre-requisites for a heat pump is the insulation levels within the home. If the home has little or no insulation, a heat pump can be very inefficient and cost a lot of electricity to run it. When the property is well insulated, the demands on the heat pump drop significantly, helping to make them a very efficient way to heat your home with on demand heating.

How Do I Apply For The BUS Grant?

Once you have accepted a quote for a heat pump from an MCS registered installer, they will apply for the BUS on your behalf through the OFGEM website. The core qualifications to receive the BUS are based on whether you own the home and that you are looking to replace a current fossil fuel heating system.

What Type Of Insulation Do I Need?

To qualify for a heat pump, your insulation levels should be at the current recommended levels for loft, cavity walls and underfloor. Protecting the envelope of your property with a robust insulation strategy will help to ensure that the heat pump runs efficiently without costing you more in electricity. Cavity walls should be insulated using EPS Resin Bonded beads or Closed Cell Injection Foam whilst the loft space can be insulated with mineral wool to the current recommended level of 270mm between and across floor joists.

Can Heat Pumps Be Powered By Solar Panels?

Yes! A Solar Panel installation can help to power the electrical requirements of a heat pump. It is worth baring in mind that the demand for heat will generally be during winter months after the sun has gone down, therefore, it is likely that battery storage will be required to truly realise the benefit of a Solar Panel installation.

What Is The Cost Of A Heat Pump?

An air source heat pump will cost between £7,500-£10,000 in most circumstances but with the BUS grant, this can be reduced to £3,500 to £5,000. Ground source systems generally cost £10,000 to £15,000, reduced to £4,000 to £9,000 with the BUS grant. If your home is insulated adequately, the heat pumps can last for significant timespans for maximum peace of mind.

How Long Does A Heat Pump Install Take?

Depending on whether you choose air or ground source heat pump technology, the installation will range from 3-8 days usually. Ground source heat pumps require significantly more preparation work as the pipes are laid underground by excavating some of the garden or by boring a hole to the recommended depths. The installation of the heat pump generally takes 2-3 days by the time the

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