Ground Source Heat Pump
Installation

Ground source heat pumps offer an efficient and environmentally friendly alternative to conventional heating systems, drawing heat from the ground rather than using fossil fuels.

Our award winning team of engineers only work to the highest of standards. Using equipment from industry leading manufacturers, we will take the time to get to know you and your property, offering advice and guidance throughout the full process.

Ground Pump Heat Different

How do
Ground Source Heat Pumps Work?

A ground source heat pump is installed, as the name would suggest, partly underground surrounding your business premises or home.

Natural heat is extracted from the ground, created by solar energy from the sun or rain fall. Pipes full of cold liquid are placed under the ground, known as ground arrays. As heat is naturally drawn from warm to colder areas, the heat from the ground is transferred to the pipes, warming the liquid they contain.

This low grade heat is then passed through an evaporator which heats liquid refrigerant, the liquid refrigerant is then compressed, turning the liquid refrigerant into gas.

Next , this now high grade heat is extracted from the hot gas, and passed into water. This water then feeds into your heating system.

The now cooled gas reverts back into a liquid and the cycle begins again!

Ground source heat pumps

Reduce your Co2 emissions
by up to 50%

As a renewable heating alternative, when you switch to a ground source heat pump you will save money on your energy bills and benefit the environment by reducing your reliance on fossil fuels.

In addition to the above, when you install a geothermal pump, you could also receive an income from the Government via their Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.

heat pump helps to cut down co2 usage

What are the Benefits
of Ground Source Heat Pumps?

Ground source heat pumps (GSHP) are used in combination with central heating systems and underfloor heating. They are a popular choice and are leading the way in reducing our dependency on fossil fuels. Some of the main benefits are;

Efficiency
Geothermal pumps are very efficient, thanks to the temperature consistency of the ground.  On a well-designed heating system with under-floor heating and a brine temperature of 0oC, ground source heat pumps can reach efficiencies of up to 5.0kW of heat for every 1kW of electricity used. This is known as the COP (Coefficient of Performance). In comparison, electric storage heaters only have a COP of 1kW of heat to every 1kW of electricity used.

Non Obtrusive Installation
With a ground source heat pump system, all external pipework is buried under the ground. The main system is fitted internally, and our engineers take the time to audit your property, ensuring that your system is placed in the most beneficial location and fitted with care.

Reliability
Owing to the lack of hot burners, ground source heat pump systems are very reliable. Pair this with a support package as part of your aftercare to ensure regular servicing and maintenance and your GSHP won’t let you down.

The benefits of a Ground Pump

Latest Projects

Learn more about our recent projects, read our renewable energy case studies and see the latest installations we have carried out here.

Renewable energy projects

Latest News

Industry news surrounding renewable energy, geothermal pumps and of course our own team, can be found over on our blog.

Eco Technology news
Get a personal estimate

Contact us today for a free quote tailored to you property and individual requirements.

Get Support

Need a service or repair on your renewable heating product?
Contact us now to arrange an engineer visit.