Ground & Air Source Heat Pumps are both classified as a renewable heating technology and so property owners can benefit from the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme – RHI.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
A ground source heat pump is an efficient heating system that can provide heat year-round for either domestic or commercial properties. They do this by extracting the latent heat from the ground. This can be done with the use of either vertical boreholes or horizontal trenches depending on whichever best suits your properties requirements. To maximise the efficiency of a heat pump it is important to assess each properties individual requirements and correctly size each bespoke heating system.
Air Source Heat Pumps
Air source heat pumps are an efficient means of saving money while reducing carbon emissions and will heat a property in any climate or weather. An air source heat pump absorbs heat from the outside air, in the same way that a fridge extracts heat internally. This heat is then converted and used to provide heating and hot water. There are two main types; an air-to-water system that distributes heat via your wet central heating system and an air-to-air system that produces warm air which is circulated by fans to heat your premises. These systems require less space and can be mounted on an external wall.
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