If you have a large body of water next to your home, or nearby underground, you can gather energy by linking it to a heat exchanger. This method provides a consistent amount of energy all year round, for hot water, heating and cooling.
Maintains even temperature all year round
Can be very highly efficient
Low impact on your land
How it works
Large bodies of water retain more heat from the sun than the surrounding air or land. Whatever time of year, this temperature difference can be exploited for heating and cooling your home. Water source heat pumps absorb the heat stored in the water.
We install a system of flexible pipes containing liquid into the lake or body of water. The liquid absorbs heat from the surrounding water as it passes through the pipe and carries it to a heat exchanger which makes it available for your home.
Water sources can be underground as well as surface-based. Underground water stores an enormous amount of energy, which can be extracted very efficiently, and circulated directly through the heat pump evaporator, providing a consistent amount of energy all year round, for hot water, heating and cooling.