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Low-carbon heating solutions for Housing Associations

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Explore the latest heat pump technology at our brand-new Sustainable Centre

Based in Halifax, Yorkshire, our state-of-the-art Daikin Sustainable Home Centre is a valuable resource for housing associations and social landlords exploring heat pumps for their properties.

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Heat pumps for housing associations 

Air source heat pumps (ASHPs) are the best solution for housing associations looking to upgrade housing stock from oil boilers or night storage heaters to a low-carbon alternative. 

Alongside energy efficiency improvements to the fabric of the building, ASHP systems result in warmer homes for tenants, lower energy bills and a reduction in carbon emissions. 

Explore the options at our Sustainable Centre

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View the latest heat pump technology and connect with trusted suppliers and installers. 

  • See heat pumps in action 

See the latest Daikin heat pumps in action and find out how they can improve the energy efficiency of social housing stock. 

  • Talk to the experts 

Talk to our heat pump experts, who will guide you through the various heat pump systems and provide guidance based on your requirements.

  • Link with suppliers and installers 

Viva is working with Daikin to train and build a secure network of professional, skilled and qualified heat pump installers ready to meet the challenges of the future. 

We can help you source products from one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and connect you with specialist installation companies with the capacity to deliver ASHP systems on a mass scale.

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Connect with Viva’s Sustainable Centre

We have our own team of elite heat pump installers, highly trained and qualified in heat pump system design, installation and commissioning. 

Contact us today to discuss your requirements. 

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Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme funding for social landlords

Social housing providers can access funding from the ECO scheme to deliver energy efficiency measures for tenants living in the worst performing homes, typically those with an EPC rating of D or below. 

ECO funding can be used for measures including insulation and first-time central heating systems, replacing night storage heaters, for example, in social housing developments that are not connected to the gas grid with renewable alternatives, such as heat pumps.

Are you a social landlord or housing association looking to find out more about heat pumps?

Book a visit to our Sustainable Home Centre based in Halifax, West Yorkshire to see heat pumps in action and meet experts and suppliers who can advise on your requirements.