Ground Source Heat Pump
A Ground-Source Heat Pump is a perfect way to reduce your bills if you don't have a gas connection in your property. They are perfect if a lot of land is avaliable.
Why have a Ground-Source Heat Pump installed?
What is a Ground-Source Heat Pump?
A Ground-Source Heat Pump is a type of renewable central heating that is powered by electric and is generally supported with solar PV. The whole system can be found around the whole property, including outside.
How does it work?
Depending on the weather, a ground-source heat pump will either pull in warmth from the ground in winter or it will expel it out into it ground in summer.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much room do I need?
We are able to dig trenches for a ground loop or drill a verticle hole for a borehole. For a groundloop, it's dependent on how much heat you'll need. For a borehole, we drill down around 100m on average.
Is there a point in replacing my existing system?
Yes- with gas being a limited resource, it's only a matter of time before the price increases further. Get ahead of the crowd, take advantage of a grant and install one now to get the most benefit.
Will you have to replace the existing pipework?
Yes- the pipes that are used in an ground-source heat pump are larger than a regular gas system. They will be installed as part of the installation cost.
Why Choose Broad Oak?
We are fully accredited installers with MCS and have been installing air-source and ground-source heat pumps for 10 years.
We are a family-run, local business. We have grown into one of the largest renewable installers in Staffordshire.
We offer a consultation and a full technical survey free of charge. We'll advise on the best products and systems for your home.
We only use the best brands so you can be confident in the product