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Ground source heat pumps



How heat pumps work
The earth is a huge energy storage resource that absorbs most of the sun's energy and retains it at a moderate constant temperature. By harnessing this constant temperature a GSHP system absorbs energy from the earth and transfers it to your building.

In the winter, heat from the earth is compressed to a higher temperature and directed into your building. In summer, a ground source heat pump system is reversed moving heat from inside the building into the cooler earth.

An added bonus is that a ground source heat pump system can provide moderate to high temperature hot water at no cost for domestic use in the summer and substantial savings in the winter.

Our capabilities guarantee that the best solution is delivered on all projects. We achieve this through:

Our nationwide coverage
Qualified and registered installers
Vast experience in the installation of GSHP systems across all sectors, including educational, retail and health sectors
Our own fleet of drilling rigs operated by our own fully trained technicians
We are heat pump independent, i.e. we can use systems from several manufacturers

We adopt a stringent approach to health and safety in all aspects of our work
As part of our complete turnkey solution we provide full warranty and after sales service on ground loop, heat pump and association equipment.

Contact us for more information.


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