Examples of Our Work

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Air-Source Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs) extract energy from the air, even when it's as cold as -15C, and converts it into useful heat, capable of heating both the central heating and your domestic hot water tank.

Unlike air conditioning units, ASHPs are designed to be very quiet in operation.

They are normally controlled by an intelligent controller housed within the house.

They are capable of operating in saline coastal environments.

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Ground-Source Heat Pumps, Water-Source Heat PumpsGround Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs) extract energy from the ground or rock beneath the soil, and are thus little affected by the air temperature above the ground. They are capable of heating both the central heating and your domestic hot water tank. Water-Source heat pumps use water bodies, into which the collector is placed.

There is no external unit, so very little to give away that the house is heated by a GSHP.

They are normally controlled by an intelligent controller housed within the house.

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Underfloor HeatingUnderfloor heating (UFH) should be "heat pump optimised", which means designed to keep the flow temperature as low as possible whist managing to heat each room sufficiently.

There is an art to designing a very efficient, heat pump optimised UFH system, and we and our partners can support your requirements to make sure this is achieved.

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Heat Pumps Sizing and ApplicationsHeat Pumps should be matched to house load - some examples are provided here.

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