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Ground source heat pumps


Imagine never having to worry about turning your heating controls down to save money.
Imagine your home being constantly warm and comfortable.
Imagine a heating system that uses renewable energy, requires no regular maintenance and is completely safe with no local greenhouse emissions.


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Although relatively new to the UK, heat pumps are a proven technology pioneered by IVT in Sweden where 97% of all new houses are built with heat pump heating systems.

Low running costs
Heat pumps work by collecting heat from your garden and moving it into your home – essentially a refrigerator working in reverse. The technology works so well that even when freezing outside your home is still warm and snug.

Best of all, because you are moving heat, rather than creating it by burning oil or gas, the system is much more efficient, with average savings of between 50-70% on your annual running costs.

There are two different type of ground source heat pump: one for properties with up to 4 bedrooms, and one for properties with more than 4 bedrooms or a high water demand.

For further information on our heat pumps, including purchase and installation information, please do contact us.


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