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GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMPS

Efficient, environmentally friendly and cost-effective, Ground Source Heat Pumps offer an increasingly popular solution for home heating

If you’ve got the space, why not make room for an Eco House Solutions Ground Source Heat Pump 

Our Viessmann heat pumps and geothermal cooling systems use the most advanced components to ensure quiet operation, minimal vibration and an exceptionally long service life.

They won’t just cut your carbon footprint, they’ll also help you reduce your energy bills. 


BENEFIT FROM GRANT ASSISTANCE

Great news! Eco House Solutions is both Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) and Trust Mark Approved. This puts you in line for the new UK Government-backed Green Deal, which means you’ll either be able to offset up to £10,000 of the installation cost or receive a Renewable Heat Initiative (RHI) grant entitling you to around £11,000. 

With RHI, you’ll be entitled to a quarterly rebate, payable for the first 7 years after your ground source heating system has been installed. What’s more, the RHI offer has been extended until March 2022. One way or the other, make sure you don’t miss out! 


What is a Ground Source Heat Pump? 

A ground source heat pump, also known as a geothermal heat pump, is a central heating system that transfers heat to or from the ground. It constantly uses the earth as a heat source or heat sink and by making use of the year-round averagely moderate ground temperatures, it is not just highly reliable but also reduces the operational costs of heating.


Discover why our Ground Source Heat Pumps could be perfect for your property:  

Use 20-50% less energy than conventional heating systems

Thanks to their low energy consumption levels, ground source heat pump installations use between 20-50% less energy than conventional heating and cooling systems. A ground source heat pump typically uses one unit of electric power to draw three units of heat out of the ground. This means that every kW of electricity is converted into 3 to 5 kW of heating or 2 to 3 kW of cooling energy.

Energy Efficient 

Research has shown that the energy efficiency rates that ground source heat pumps can deliver varies from 300%-500%. What’s more they can also be used to improve humidity levels in a property.   

Minimal environmental impact

As consumers, we are all increasingly aware of adopting environmentally friendly energy solutions for our homes. Ground source heating systems work by harnessing natural renewable sources, cutting carbon footprint. It’s good for the planet but it also helps you make big savings on your energy costs.  

Consumption tailored to your needs

The beauty of a ground source heat pump is that you can customise the pump to meet your specific energy needs. If there is no need for high temperature output, you can opt for a version that will use less electricity and lower heat capacity. This could potentially halve the cost of heating water.  

Quiet and Aesthetically Pleasing

Ground source heat pumps are exceptionally quiet – you wouldn’t even know they were there! And, since there are no above ground outdoor units involved, they do not affect the integrity of the surrounding landscape. 

Ideal for year-round heating and cooling

Our ground source heating systems are perfect for both summer and winter use. The system will provide the required indoor temperature throughout your home - whether it is boiling hot or freezing cold outside.    

Space Saving Flexibility
Ground source heat pumps can be configured to suit all types of home - – new or old. They also take up less space than any conventional central heating system. Additionally, they provide greater control over which parts of the property that needs to be heated. So you won’t be wasting money on unnecessary heating! 

Combine with solar or wind power

For increased energy efficiency it’s worth noting that our ground source heat pump can also be used in conjunction with other renewable power sources, such as photovoltaic solar panels or wind turbines.  
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