Ground source heat works by the ground system absorbing low-grade solar energy via sunlight and rain. The low-grade heat is transported, concentrated and then released to use for space or water heating.
The result? An incredibly cost-effective system. For every kilowatt consumed by the heat pump, 4 kilowatts of energy is generated, resulting in the cost per kilowatt hour being quartered.
Ground source heat pumps are ideal for:
Homeowners who want the most cost-effective heating solution available. A ground source heat pump will replace your traditional heating system, making them suitable for both new builds and retrofitting jobs.