Ground-source heat pumps

Save money and reduce carbon emissions with a heat pump!

Ground source heat pumps are types of renewable heating system. They are particularly useful for homes off the gas grid.

Heat pumps harvest freely available energy. Ground-source heat pumps draw heat from the ground. They require electricity to run, but are very efficient, needing only one unit of electricity per three (or more) units of heat produced. They act like reverse refrigerators to provide heating and hot water. Ground-source heat pumps are generally very efficient. The installation of a ground-source heat pumps normally takes 2-3 days.