Air Source Ground Source Heat Pumps Chilton
Switching to Air Source or Ground Source heat pumps Chilton
Commissioning a bespoke Air Source or Ground Source heat pump installation could be a life changer when it comes to lowering your domestic or commercial carbon footprint and it may also be one of the most cost-effective ways to heat your Chilton home or business premises.
Reducing your Carbon Footprint is achieved due to the fact, heat pumps produce no emissions and are much more environmentally friendly than traditional heating systems
Talking to one of MSC Heating’s renewable energy specialists could ensure your potential heat pump project is both cost and environmentally efficient, saving you considerable amounts on your energy bills now and in the future.
As an MCS accredited installer, MSC Heating can apply for the latest grants and subsidies on your behalf ensuring you maximize your financial benefit. We are fully trained to install heat pump systems manufactured by several leading companies, so we will always provide advice and assistance when selecting the most appropriate heating solution for your property.
What Is A Heat Pump & How Do They Work?
A heat pump transfers heat from the outside air/ground to water which heats your radiators or underfloor heating. It can also heat water stored in a hot water cylinder for your hot taps, showers and baths.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
Ground Source Heat Pumps utilize the thermal energy stored within the ground around your property, producing hot water for heating and hot water. The ground heat is collected via pipework layed out either horizontally or vertically depending on the available space around your property. So either trenches or boreholes will be dug out for this purpose. The heat pump system collects and compresses this liquid heat and transfers it to your heating and hot water system
Air Source Heat Pumps
Air Source Heat Pumps collects thermal energy from the outside air. The heat pump is located externally, either next to an outside wall, or connected to the property with pre-insulated pipes buried in a trench. The main internally located items are the hot water cylinder, a buffer tank and two expansion vessels.
What are the benefits of installing Air or Ground Source Pumps?
There are a number of benefits from installing either air or ground source heat pumps and can vary in degree depending on your exiting heating system. Both systems have the potential to: