Whether you're an experienced installer or taking your first steps into renewables, we can help. We supply high quality equipment we also offer design * , specification and installation support from start to finish of your project. Our experience with renewables spans 20+ years and our knowledgeable technical team can help on the phone  We also provide training from our base in Dorset.


Home Owners

Looking to install a heat pump? We can put you in contact with certified installers in your area, each experienced in fitting high quality heat pump systems. Choose to work with one of our installers and you'll know your engineer can depend upon quick and reliable equipment deliveries. They'll also have ongoing access to our expert technical team, and Bublshop's 20+ years of heat pump experience. Call us on 01747 826900.

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What is an Air Source Heat Pump? 

An air source heat pump (ASHP) is a low carbon, sustainable alternative to a traditional fossil fuel (oil or gas) boiler.

Oil and gas both release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere when they're burnt, contributing to global warming (it's estimated that gas boilers account for up to 20 per cent of air pollution in some cities). An air source heat pump is an environmentally-friendly, non-polluting replacement able to provide all the heat and hot water your home, office or commercial space needs. It works by transferring heat absorbed from the outside air (even when it's cold) into an indoor space via a wet system (essentially a reverse refrigerator). 
Swapping from an oil or gas boiler will massively reduce the carbon footprint of your home or building and it will also reduce your monthly heating bills. You will see a bigger saving if you're swapping from an oil boiler to an ASHP than you will from a gas boiler to an ASHP.

Oil Boiler

The average oil boiler produces 5.3 tonnes of carbon per year. 

Gas Boiler

The average gas boiler produces 3.7 tonnes of carbon per year.


The average ASHP will produce 1.6 tonnes of carbon per year.

An acre of trees absorbs around 2.5 tonnes of carbon per year.

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