• Water Source Heat Pumps

  • Water Source

  • 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 air conditioning.

    Maintains even temperature all year round

    Can be very highly efficient

    Low impact on your land

    Low maintenance

  • How it works

    Large bodies of water such as aquifers, lakes, the sea and in some instances, rivers retain heat from the sun, ground water movement and natural geothermal gradient. Whatever the season, this temperature difference can be exploited for heating and cooling your home.

    We drill a series of water wells and install a pumping system in the water well or a lake and pump the well or lake water directly in to the heat pump evaporator. This requires specific WSHP heat exchangers within the heat pump. The heat pump itself then functions as it would for a GSHP using the refrigerant and heat exchangers to extract the energy from the well or lake water and to enable this energy to be transferred in to the property.

    Water source heat pumps can use surface water such as lakes and rivers as well as the sea. Water stores an enormous amount of energy, which can be extracted to provide a consistent amount of energy all year round, for hot water or heating.

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  • SOLUTIONS

  • Ground & Water Source Solutions

    Using the ground as an energy source

  • Air Source Solutions

    Using the ambient air as an energy source

  • Underfloor Heating Solutions

    Using space-saving underfloor systems

  • Solar Panel Solutions

    Capturing the energy of the sun

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