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Ground source heat pumps

Ground source heat pumps systems which extract heat energy from the ground or groundwater offer exceptionally high levels of efficiency, achieving significant reductions in carbon dioxide emissions and energy bills.

There are a number of ways in which heat can be extracted and we are able to offer a full range of products and services, to ensure that you get the best solution for the location, building requirements and budget. These include energy piles and open loop or closed loop systems, with the option of extracting heat from either the ground or a water source.

At the forefront of geothermal system design and with more than 1,300 ground source heating and cooling systems installed in the UK, we are able to offer expert system design. Our in-house drilling and groundworks division provides a full design and installation service, including the incorporation of geothermal pipes into the structural piles of new build properties.

Contact us to discuss your requirements.

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