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Give us a call, book online or speak to one of our friendly advisers through live chat. It’s simple, free and takes about 60 seconds.

Free Home/Video Survey, Design & Quote

No salesmen involved, no hidden charges! A friendly surveyor visits your property or arranges a video call to give you a system design & fixed-price promise.

Installation & Handover

We will arrive on time and carry out the installation work as agreed. When the installation is complete, we will demonstrate and hand over the new heat pump system. Ongoing after-sales help is also available.

Choose McInnes Group for Energy-Saving Solutions

At the McInnes Group, we specialise in energy-efficient solutions for homes and businesses. Our expert installers deliver a top-quality service, using innovative technology to reduce energy consumption and lower utility bills.

Experts in the industry

Providing solutions crafted by seasoned professionals with proven expertise.

Quality of workmanship

Delivering unparalleled craftsmanship backed by meticulous attention to detail.

National coverage

Serving across the nation with a comprehensive network of services.

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Earning trust and acclaim through glowing reviews from satisfied customers.

Flexible Payment

Tailored payment options to suit your individual needs and preferences.

Guaranteed work

Assuring peace of mind with our commitment to delivering reliable results every time.


Versatile solutions are provided by our diverse team of multitalented tradespeople.

Sustainable Practices

Committed to eco-friendly solutions and sustainable practices for a greener future.


Grants of up to



up to £9k with rural benefits

  • Planning permission for an air source heat pump is not usually required, but if you live in a listed building or conservation area, you will probably need to ask the local authority if restrictions apply. You should also check that your installation meets the building regulations in your area.
  • It is best practice to improve insulation levels prior to installing any new heating appliance. This typically means a smaller heat pump is required with less radiator upgrades.
  • An Air source heat pump with a good design, specification and installation can heat any building with any standard of insulation. The larger the heat loss generally the higher the cost of heat pump installation. This is also true of any heating technology currently available.
  • 0% funding (loans) is available in Scotland from Home Energy Scotland with grants of £7500 in Scotland and up to £9000 in rural areas. Read More.

What is an Air Source Heat Pump?

Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs) extract heat from the air and boost it to a higher temperature using a compressor. The system then transfers the heat to the heating system in your home. They work a bit like refrigerators in reverse.

An air source heat pump system is compatible with both radiators and underfloor heating systems. If you’re interested in installing an air source heat pump, here are a few tips.

There are a few points worth considering, including:

  • Due to lower water temperatures required, air source heat pumps perform well with underfloor heating & radiators. In some cases larger radiators & upgraded pipework is required.
  • Air source heating systems can be installed on the ground or on a wall.
  • The outside unit requires enough space around it to get a good flow of air.
  • Air source heat pumps can provide all the hot water requirements. A hot water cylinder and a suitable internal space will be required.

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Some of the most frequent questions we get asked.

An air source heat pump extracts heat from the outdoor air and transfers it indoors to heat your home or building. It operates similarly to a refrigerator but in reverse, using refrigerant to absorb and release heat through a compressor and heat exchanger.

Air source heat pumps offer several benefits, including energy efficiency, lower heating bills, reduced carbon emissions, and versatility in both heating and cooling modes. They can also provide hot water and qualify for government incentives and rebates.

Yes, air source heat pumps can efficiently heat your home during the winter and cool it during the summer months. They operate effectively in a wide range of temperatures and climates, making them suitable for year-round use.

Installation times vary depending on factors such as the size of the system, your property’s layout, and any additional requirements. Typically, installation can be completed within a few days by our professional technicians, with minimal disruption to your daily activities.

Yes. We design all of our heat pump systems to work with your existing central heating system. In most cases there will be no alterations to underfloor heating however, if you have radiators, we may need to increase the sizes of them.

This is all covered as part of our free Heat Loss Survey of your home.

The heat pumps we install run at a maximum decibel rating of 55 dB. This is about as noisy as a gas boiler flue should you stand near it when a boiler runs.

We ensure that noise levels are kept low by installing the heat pump on the ground where possible to avoid noise transference into brickwork. All heat pump installations must pass the MCS standard MCS020. This is calculated during our free Heat Loss survey of your home.

Heat pumps run on electricity which is around 3.5 times more expensive than gas. However, the heat pumps are approximately 3.6 times more efficient than gas so in most cases, heat pumps cost less to run than a gas boiler.

We work with you to determine if you will get a savings ahead of any installation to ensure you have all the information you need to make the right choice for you and your home.