Through using a loop that is installed underground, ground source pumps transfer heat from the ground into a property or commercial building to provide heating or preheat water. The efficiency of the system is gauged by the ratio of units of heat output for each unit of electricity used to power the ground source heat pump.
A typical system will produce 3-4 units of heat in comparison to the 1 unit used for electricity, making it an extremely effective way of heating a property or commercial building.
There are a variety of ground source heat pumps available to suit the heating requirements of any building, whether it’s an existing structure or a new build. Additionally, they can be installed almost anywhere, provided there is sufficient space to lay the ground loops or drill a borehole. So whether you’re interested in solar panels in Coventry, solar panels Exeter or anywhere else in the UK, we can help.
Though every installation we carry out is different we would advise you to consider the following:
A typical domestic system, which is installed in a well-insulated property costs between £6,000 and £12,000. This may seem like a lot, but once installed it could save you around £1000 a year on your heating bills, the savings will depend on the fuel being replaced.