How does a ground source heat pump work?
Ground source heat pumps extract natural heat from the ground and provide a renewable heat source for properties. They use pipes that are underground in your garden to extract the heat and can be used to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems, and hot water.
Ground source heat pump cost
Ground source heat pumps provide a low-cost energy system to expensive fuel such as electricity, LPG, oil, or coal. Dependent on the fuel you are replacing, you could save up to £1,485. (figures from Energy Saving Trust). You will compensate yourself for the installation costs in savings over the years.
In addition to this saving you could be eligible for payments between £2,405 and £2,830 per year thanks to the Renewable Heat incentive scheme.
Prices start from just £30,000, installation is straightforward and our team of experts are on hand to ensure the process is a stress free experience. We offer free no-obligation surveys and our team are on hand to assist with any associated paperwork.
Ground source heat pump installation
If you have spare land on your property, why not make the most of it and use it as a source of renewable energy? You could lower your fuel bills by installing a ground source heat pump to heat your home and provide you with hot water. Ground source heat pumps are extremely energy efficient and will lower your carbon emissions immensely.
They are a fantastic addition, especially when replacing an oil or gas boiler. They will remove nasty smells and inefficient energy supply, whilst providing a reliable, long-lasting solution. Do right by your property and the environment with a renewable energy alternative.
What is the best ground source heat pump?
Our team of experts are on hand to guide you through the most suitable solution for your property. We offer free no-obligation
Are ground source heat pumps noisy?
When installed correctly ground source heat pumps are almost inaudible and our experienced team will be able to advise you on the best placement for your heat pump.