Latest Baxi heat pump range supports carbon reduction goals

Latest Baxi heat pump range supports carbon reduction goals

The latest range of Baxi heat pumps supports housebuilders and developers with carbon reduction goals

As demand for low carbon heating technologies for new build homes grows in line with the 2025 Future Homes Standard, Baxi has introduced a new Baxi Assure Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) range for housebuilders and developers.

The newly unveiled Baxi Assure HP50 monobloc ASHP range offers UK winter heating capacities ranging between 4kW and 13kW to suit the majority of homes. Designed specifically for use with the Baxi Assure ASHP Cylinder for excellent hot water performance, the new Baxi Assure ASHP is suitable for standalone and hybrid heating and hot water solutions.

Baxi also offers an in-house design service for housebuilders and developers looking to introduce the Baxi Assure range of products into their projects, providing added support and ensuring correct specification. 

Training courses are available at Baxi facilities across the UK to provide specifiers, contractors and heating engineers with a thorough understanding of air source heat pumps, from their specification and design to installation and commissioning, for new build properties.

Lee Caulfield, Head of Sales – Residential Specification at Baxi, said: “We are pleased to include this advanced heat pump solution within our extensive solution offering for housebuilders and developers. This sector of the market is leading the way with highly efficient homes so it is vital that we can provide the new build market with the most innovative solutions, extensive training, expert design support and market-leading commissioning, servicing and maintenance service. 

“By partnering with Baxi, housebuilders and developers get access to the Baxi Assure complete home service, providing them with the best in efficient heating to meet net zero goals well into the future.” 

For more information, visit the Baxi Assure page here. 

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