Ground Source Heat Pumps

Ground source heat pumps use solar energy naturally stored in soil, bedrock and groundwater as a heat source.

Ground source heat pumps do require electricity to operate, but are extremely efficient - producing up to five times as much heat energy for every unit of electricity used and are available for a variety of buildings and heating requirements.

Design and location considerations...

There are a number of types of ground source heat pump available to suit the heating requirements of any building, whether it's a new build or existing property.

They can also be installed almost anywhere, providing there is sufficient space to lay ground loops or drill a bore hole. Whichever collector is chosen, the ground must be unshaded.

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Trade Tips

  • Ground source heat pumps earn points under the Code for Sustainable Homes.
  • The ground you choose for the collector must be unshaded.
  • They are great for new build or existing properties.

Homeowner Benefits

  • Take advantage of the Renewable Heat Incentive - check out page 41 for more details.
  • Produces up to five times more heat energy for every unit of electricity used.
  • Almost maintenance free and can save up to 2 tonnes of CO2 per year.

Jewson has everything you'll need...

  • Products; Jewson understands the importance of being able to supply our customers the very latest renewable technologies. We have links to many suppliers and are able to offer a wide choice of options. In addition we are able to connect you with a local MCS installer. Jewson supply sizes and formats from various manufacturers.
  • Tool Hire; Jewson Tool Hire branches provide a range of equipment to suit all projects.

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