Ground Source Heat Pumps

What is a Ground Source Heat Pump?

What is a Ground Source Heat Pump?

A Ground Source Heat Pump uses a network of pipes laid in the ground, these can be horizontal or vertical depending on the space available. A fluid flowing through the pipes picks up the warmth from the ground and takes this back to the heat pump. This in turn boosts the heat to a usable temperature for heating and hot water.

It is rather like a fridge in reverse. Although a Ground Source Heat Pump is ideally suited to underfloor heating, a radiator system correctly sized is just as efficient. The team at REN have vast experience with all types of Ground Source Heat Pumps and would welcome a call to talk through your project

Interested in Ground Source Heat Pumps?

If you feel that a Ground Source Heat Pump could be suitable for your project why not give us a call? The team at REN are always happy to talk renewables.