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400% More Efficient

ASHPs are 400% more efficient than conventional gas boilers with an average COP of 4.5


Future-proof your home or business by installing an air source heat pump and get £5000 towards the installation

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Reduce your carbon footprint and do your bit for the environment. Make the move away from gas central heating

Ground Source Heat Pumps

Future-proof Your Home With A Ground Source Heat Pump

Complete The Form

Start the process by completing our enquiry form

Desktop Survey

We will contact you and produce a desktop survey design and estimate

Site Visit & Survey

Our Renewables Surveyor will visit your property to undertake a site survey to confirm our estimate

Quotation & Acceptance

We will produce a quotation with detailed calculations for your approval

Ground Source Heat Pump

Complete the quick form below and we will be in contact within 24 hours to arrange an initial survey.

Ground Source Heat Pumps - The Benefits

Ground Source Heat Pumps save money. Heat pumps are much cheaper to run than direct electric heating systems. GSHPs are cheaper to run than oil boilers and can be cheaper than running gas boilers (depending on the homes thermal properties)

Once they are fitted, they require little to no maintenance. If you compare this to Biomass Boilers, the upkeep and maintenance of an Ground Source Heat Pump is minimal.

You may be eligible to receive grant funding through The Boiler Upgrade Scheme, which opens in April 2022. This scheme replaces the current RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive) with a £7000 grant to cover some of the costs of a new Ground Source Heat Pump installation.

Heat pumps save carbon emissions. Unlike burning oil, gas, LPG or biomass, a heat pump produces no carbon emissions on site (and no carbon emissions at all, if a renewable source of electricity is used to power them such as Solar PV.

Ground Source Heat Pumps require less space than Biomass systems. The main heating elements are in the ground and unlike Biomass systems, they do not require fuel deliveries. GSHPs require less maintenance than combustion based heating systems. They also have a longer life than combustion boilers. The ground heat exchanger element of a ground source heat pump installation has a design life of over 100 years

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About Ground source heat pumps

Ground source heat pumps work by absorbing heat from the ground and transferring the heat into buildings – to heat the buildings without burning fossil fuels. A ground source heat pump absorbs heat from the ground – by circulating water though piping in the ground – and transfers the heat into the building by circulating hot water though radiators, or underfloor piping circuits

The heat pump increases the temperature it receives from the ground before circulating it into the house. It does this by compressing refrigerant gases. When a large volume of gas is compressed into a small space the heat energy in the gas becomes concentrated – the gas becomes very hot. The heat pump uses a heat exchanger to transfer that heat to the heating circuit in the building.

If you are considering an air source heat pump for your property, please complete our enquiry form and a member of staff will be in contact within 24 hours. 

How Much Do Ground Source Heat Pumps Cost?

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Ground Source Heating - The Facts

vertical ground source heat pump will be more expensive as the installer will have to dig deep into the ground — approximately 50-100 metres deep. You can expect a price range of £17,000 – £45,000

horizontal ground source heat pump, on the other hand, only needs to be dug 1-2 metres into the ground, resulting in cheaper installation costs. A horizontal system typically costs £14,500 – £34,000

The size and cost of your Ground Source Heat Pump will depend on the energy needs of your property. The larger your property the more money you will likely need to spend