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Water source heat pumps

Water source heat pump systems produce the initial heat in a similar way to ground source systems. Pipes are submerged in a river, stream or lake, where temperatures remain at a relatively constant level of between 7 and 12 degrees. Liquid in the pipes absorbs the heat. This heat is passed to a heat pump located inside the house.

For buildings located near a suitable water source, this type of heat pump offers an attractive alternative to ground source systems. Water source heat pumps are virtually silent, maintenance needs and costs are negligible and there are no visible external units. Water source heat pumps can be installed in existing properties, and are particularly recommended for new builds and larger domestic and commercial 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
• Enhances property value
• Generous grants available

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