Ground source heat pumps
Dig one metre down, and the ground is at a constant temperature of around 10 degrees. When we install a ground source heat pump, we lay loops of pipes in the ground, or we place them in a bore hole up to 150m deep. The pipes contain a liquid which absorbs the ground heat, which then provides the heat source for a heat pump located inside the house.
Ground source heat pumps are silent, maintenance needs and costs are negligible and there are no visible external units. Ground source heat pumps can be installed in existing properties, and are particularly recommended for new builds and larger homes or business/community use premises.
• Proven technology
• Fits your current heating system
• Saves between 30% and 70% on existing bills
• 25 year lifespan, low maintenance
• 400% efficient
• Reduces carbon emissions to zero
• Ground source heat pumps enhances property value
• Generous grants available
• Swimming pool heating and air conditioning
• No fire or safety risks