Heat Pump installations

in Southport, Banks, Tarleton and surrounding areas

How a heat pump works

A heat pump takes energy from outside and transfers it into heat to be circulated around a heating and hot water system. A heat pump uses electricity to run the components of a heat pump, principally a fan, compressor and circulating pumps to transfer the energy from the heat source into the heat sink or heating system.

G.Green Heating and Plumbing Ltd are F-gas registered. We are accredited to ‘install, maintain or service stationary refrigeration, air-conditioning and/or heat pump equipment containing or designed to contain F-Gas refrigerants.

Ground source heat pumps

A ground source heat pump is an electrically powered system which uses pipes buried in the garden to extract heat from the ground to provide all the heating and hot water your home requires.

The principle is simple, and the result is low-cost, comfortable heating that uses sustainable energy and causes no direct emissions or other environmental damage. This system could generate four kilowatts or more in energy for your home for every single kilowatt of electricity used to power the heat pumps.

Air source heat pumps

An air source heat pump extracts heat from the outside air like a fridge extracts heat from its inside. It can get heat from the air even when the temperature is as low as -15° C. Air source heat pumps can be used as a complete solution for room heating, using the same distribution system as a ground source heat pump or a traditional system. They can also be used in many more applications, including large commercial projects with restricted land space.

Air source heat pumps are ideal for very tight spaces and within an eco-architectural design or a building with large internal spaces such as audience halls and public places.