Heat Pumps

Heat flows naturally from higher to lower temps. A heat pump can force the flow in the other direction.

A heat pump is a machine that moves heat from one location (the source) to another. It uses the energy in the air or ground around us to supply all the energy needed to heat space or water.

heat pump

Although the installation of a ground source heat pump to an existing building can be disruptive it has the following advantages:

Low Operating Cost: provide domestic water heating essentially free or at substantial savings.

Low Maintenance Costs: fewer mechanical components, making them more reliable, easier to service and less prone to failure. The ground heat exchanger and its associated piping has an expected life of over 50 years.

Durability: last much longer than conventional HVAC systems because they are protected from harsh outdoor weather.

Low Noise: systems are among the quietest ever designed.

Reduced Emissions: do not require external venting, as fossil fuel systems do, so they do not pollute the air.

There are two main types of heat pump:

Please contact us for more information  on our heat pump solutions.

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