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Specialist Ground Source Heat Pumps
A ground source heat pump is a renewable energy system that uses the ground as a source of heat energy to provide heating and hot water for residential and commercial buildings.
A ground source heat pump works by extracting heat from the ground through a network of pipes buried in the earth. The heat is then transferred to a heat pump unit, which compresses the heat and uses it to provide heating and hot water for the building.
The benefits of a ground source heat pump include reduced energy consumption, lower heating bills, and reduced carbon emissions. They are also highly efficient and can provide consistent heating and hot water throughout the year.
The installation process for a ground source heat pump typically involves drilling boreholes or laying horizontal loops in the ground to install the piping network. The heat pump unit is then installed inside the building, along with any necessary controls and components.
The cost of a ground source heat pump will depend on factors such as the size of the building, the level of insulation, and the specific heat pump system chosen. As a general rule, the cost of a ground source heat pump installation can range from £10,000 to £20,000 or more. However, the long-term energy savings and reduced maintenance costs can provide a significant return on investment over time.
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