Ground Source Heat Pumps

A ground source heat pump is a renewable energy system that uses the earth as a source of heat in order to provide heating and hot water for buildings. The system works by using a series of pipes, buried in the ground outside the building, to extract heat from the earth. This heat then transfers to a heat pump, which uses electricity to compress and expand a refrigerant, releasing and absorbing heat.

One of the main benefits of a ground source heat pump is that it is highly efficient, as it uses a small amount of electricity to extract a large amount of heat from the earth. It is also a very sustainable and environmentally friendly technology, as it does not rely on fossil fuels and produces no carbon emissions. While the initial installation costs can be higher than other heating systems, the long-term savings on energy bills can make up for it.

Overall, a ground source heat pump is an excellent choice for those looking for an efficient and sustainable heating solution.

Grant Funding

Grant funding may be available for the works and the amount of grant and the cost of the works will vary depending your eligibility and on how much CO2 is saved by installing the measure