Look out of your window and what do you see? The house opposite? The road? Trees and fields? What we see is a free source of energy – the ground!
What is a Ground Source Heat Pump?
Ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) use pipes which are buried in the garden to extract heat from the ground. This heat can then be used to heat radiators, underfloor systems and hot water in your home.
Most heat pumps deliver up to 4kW of heat energy for every kW of energy input into the system, proving to be a very efficient way to heat your property.
How does a Ground Source Heat Pump work?
Heat pumps transfer the heat from underground by circulating a substance called a refrigerant through a cycle of alternating evaporation and condensation. A compressor pumps the refrigerant between two heat exchangers. In one heat exchanger, the evaporator, the refrigerant is evaporated at low pressure and absorbs heat from its surroundings. The refrigerant is then compressed en route to the heat exchanger, the condenser, where it condenses at high pressure. At this point, it releases the heat it absorbed earlier in the cycle.
Air Source Heat Pump Registered Manufacturers
Eco Installer are registered installers for NIBE, Panasonic and Mitsubishi, all of whom design and make some of the highest grade Heat Pumps on the market, providing you with a heating system for the future.
Ground Source Heat Pumps Installation Accreditation
Members of the Eco Installer team are MCS qualified and trained which ensures that you receive sound advice, and can claim the available government incentive the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) for the installation of your heat pump. With our knowledge and experience we will ensure the system is situated in the best position to give you the most efficient system, (registration number NIC3315).
Advice, Guidance and a Professional Heat Pump Installation – Eco Installer – Ely, Cambridgeshire
Based in Ely, we carry out ground source heat pump installations throughout Cambridgeshire and the adjoining areas including, Pymore, Kings Lynn, Huntingdon, Royston, Saffron Walden, Cambridge, Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds.
For advice and guidance, please contact us on 01353 669000 or send an e-mail to [email protected].