Ground Source Heat Pumps

Ground Source Heat Pump Installation

Ground Source Heat Pumps are a form of renewable energy that draws heat from the ground. They are fast-growing in popularity thanks to their eco-friendly credentials and their earning potential.

How Do Ground Source Heat Pumps Work?

Our team of engineers have years of experience in the design and installation of domestic and commercial ground source heat pumps to heat your property. They are compatible with the majority of modern heating systems and can be installed with virtually no impact on the environment.

Ground source heat pumps work by extracting heating from the ground. A large loop of pipe, known as a ground loop is placed in the ground or through a body of water – the pump then circulates a mixture of water and antifreeze around this loop.

The heat from the ground or water is absorbed into the fluid and then passes through a heat exchanger into the heat pump. The ground stays at a fairly constant temperature under the surface, this means that unlike some forms of renewable energy, heat pumps can be used throughout the year.

Lower Your Fuel Bills

Drawing heat from the ground means cheaper energy bills as you will require less in electricity and gas to heat your property. This is especially true if you replace conventional electric or oil heating.

Affordable and Efficient Renewable Energy

Lower Your Carbon Emissions

Using less electricity means that you are reducing your carbon emissions and benefiting the environment.

No Fuel Deliveries Required

As you draw heat directly from the ground you will require no, or fewer, fuel deliveries.

Minimal Maintenance Required

Our ground source heat pumps are built to last and require very little in the way of maintenance.

Renewable Energy Solutions

We also provide renewable energy solutions including installation and maintenance of Air & Ground Source Heat Pumps and Biomass Boilers.