In order to investigate the performance of a solar-assisted heat pump system with energy storage for residential heating in the Black Sea region of Turkey, an experimental setup was constructed. This experimental apparatus consisted of flat plate solar collectors with total area of 30 m2, a laboratory building with 75 m2 floor area for heating purpose, a latent heat thermal energy storage tank filled by 1500 kg encapsulated phase change material (PCM), a heat pump with double evaporators (air-sourced and water-sourced) and one condenser, a water circulating pump, and measuring equipments. The experimental results were obtained December-May during the heating season of 1992 for the solar-assisted heat pump system used. The experimentally obtained results were used to calculate the collector efficiency, coefficient of performance of heat pump (COP), system COP, storage efficiency, and total energy consumption of the system during the heating season. The mean value of the collector efficiency, heat pump COP, system COP, and storage efficiency were found 70%, 4.5%, 4.0%, and 60%, respectively.