Expert Air Source Heat Pump Installation in Scotland

Save money and stay comfortable all year round with an Air Source Heat Pump

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Cooling in Summer, Heating in Winter

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A cost-effective alternative to heat your home

MyEco Energy is a trusted installer of Air Source Heat Pumps in Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Lanarkshire, Ayrshire, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee, Fife, Inverness, West Lothian, and all other parts of Scotland.

Our experienced team will assess your home and work with you to choose the ideal position for your new heat pump. As experts in air source heat pump installation, we know exactly where to place your pump and will assist you afterward so you can get the most out of your ASHP.

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We're with you at every step, from quote through to installation


1. Complete our Suitability Survey or Contact Form
providing some basic details and indicating which solutions your are interested in

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2. A friendly advisor will contact you
to establish which solutions are best for you

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3. Arrange a free home assessment
by a fully accredited energy efficiency surveyor

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4. Installation of your new system
by our team of experienced and qualified installers


Our team of experts look forward to hearing from you. Use the form below to send us your enquiry and we'll be in touch ASAP to discuss your options and provide a free no-obligation quote.

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What Are Air Source Heat Pumps?

Air source heat pumps provide an energy efficient alternative to heat your home and could even help reduce your energy bills.

Air source heat pumps are situated outdoors at the back or side of a building. They operate by drawing in the heat from the outdoor air which is then transported to the refrigerant.

The air is then boosted to higher temperatures during what’s known as the refrigeration cycle. Heat pumps can work efficiently even when temperatures drop below zero degrees.

Air source heat pumps do require electricity to operate, but because of the heat extracted from the air is being constantly renewed it serves as much more environmentally friendly option.

The Advantages of Air Source Heat Pumps

  • Potentially reduce energy bills particularly if switching from electrical heating
  • Easy to install with minimal disruption
  • Cheaper than ground source heat pumps
  • Lower carbon emissions
  • Long lifespan
  • No need for fuel storage
  • Can qualify for government grants

What Type of Air Source Heat Pumps Are Available?

Different properties and clients will have their own set of requirements, therefore a consultation with one of our experts can ensure you’ll get the most efficient heat pump that’s right for you.


This type of system distributes heat by utilising the wet central heating system of a property.

The refrigeration cycle happens inside the air source heat pump outside of the building. This is also where water is heated and transported to and from the building via insulated pipes.

These are suitable for radiators and underfloor heating systems which provide heat at a lower temperature over an extended period of time.

They also eligible for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) which means you could get money to support your heating costs.


This type of system creates warm air which is distributed by fans in order to heat a building. The refrigeration process happens inside the outdoor heat pump in which hot gas is passed through a fan (attached to a wall or ceiling).

This option is not suitable if you require hot water as Air-To-Air heat pumps do not heat the water in a property. This means you will need a secondary source of heat to provide hot running water throughout your home. Heats faster than radiators and has robust conditioning of the house.

Air-To-Air pumps do not quality for the RHI.

How does an Air Source Heat Pump work?


For more info call our team on 0800 193 0024 or send us a message

Financial Benefits and Incentives of Air Source Heat Pumps

ASHPs can significantly lower your carbon footprint as well as your overall energy bills as it relies on a renewable energy source of heat – the air.

The amount of savings depend on what fuel you are currently using. If you are opting to replace your electrical heating system with a heat pump then your savings will be more than if you were using natural gas.

The cost of installing an air source heat pump can range between £3000-£10,000. Factors such as the size property and energy demands impact the total investment required.

However, over a period of time, you could expect significant savings on your energy bills, which makes this a financially attractive option for homes and businesses.

ECO4 Grant funding in Scotland


The ECO4 scheme in Scotland offers grants to homeowners and private tenants to enhance energy efficiency and reduce heating expenses. Available until March 2026, this government-funded program aims to lower energy bills and decrease carbon emissions.

Through the scheme, energy suppliers must provide grants for energy-saving measures across three categories: heating, insulation, and low-carbon technologies. These measures can include cavity wall insulation, solid wall insulation, solar panels, and heat pumps.

For a household to qualify for the ECO4 grant, it must meet both of the following conditions:

Energy Rating: The property must have a low energy rating, specifically in the E to G range. This means the property's Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) should indicate an energy efficiency rating within this range.

High Energy Costs: The property must have high energy costs. Ofgem typically defines high energy costs for properties that use electric heating or are off the gas grid, relying on alternative heating sources like oil or LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) boilers.

In addition, a member of the household must be in receipt of one of the following means-tested benefits:

  • Working Tax Credits
  • Child Tax Credits
  • Income Support
  • Income-based ESA
  • Income-based JSA
  • Pension Savings Credit
  • Pension Guarantee Credit
  • Housing Benefit
  • Universal Credit

Check your eligibility by completing our Suitability Survey below


Home Energy Scotland Grant and Loan Scheme 2024

The Scottish government has been promoting the use of renewable energy sources, and Scotland has taken a leading role in their adoption. Through the Home Energy Scotland Grant and Loan scheme, Scottish households and individuals now have access to various renewable energy products and services if they want to install them.

Heat pumps (either air source to water, ground source to water, water source to water, or hybrid air source to water £15,000 (£7,500 grant plus £7,500 optional loan, or £9,000 grant plus £7,500 optional loan if the household qualifies for the rural uplift
Wood fuelled (biomass) boilers (and eligible stoves) £15,000 (£7,500 grant plus £7,500 optional loan)

You can currently apply for the Home Energy Scotland Grant and Loan Scheme if the property is located in Scotland and if your own your home and it is your only or primary private residence.

You DO NOT need to be in receipt of benefits to qualify for the HES Scheme


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