Ground Source Heat Pumps
QSD offer a quick and reliable service. We offer free house surveys where we will advise on where we think the most optimal location for a ground source heat pump is.
A ground source heat pump uses a series of underground pipes called ground loops which extract heat from the ground. This heat can then be used to warm a home’s radiator network or underfloor heating system and provide hot water. The amount of ground loop required depends on the size of your property and the heat load it requires. Our expert team will complete the calculations for your heat pump to ensure the system is optimally effective for your home.
Why choose us?
- Broad product knowledge and expertise – our team are here to advise you on the best solution to meet your needs and budget.
- Established family run company
- Excellent reviews from our happy customers
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Underfloor Heating Systems
Our underfloor heating systems evenly displace heat over the entire floor of your home, keeping your home cosy and warm.
What is a heat pump?
Heat pumps are a renewable energy technology which converts energy from the air into heat. This process delivers super-efficient, green, low-cost, energy-saving heating and hot water all year round. Ground Source Heat Pumps are cheaper to run than combustion-based systems, help you reduce your home carbon emissions, and require less maintenance than traditional heating systems.
What are the advantages of a ground source heat pump?
Heat pumps are much cheaper to run than typical heating systems saving you money.
Heat pumps also save space as there is no requirement for fuel storage nor the requirement to manage fuel deliveries.
Ground source heat pumps require less maintenance than combustion based heating systems and have a longer life span.
Heat pumps save carbon emissions. Unlike burning oil, gas, LPG or biomass, a heat pump produces no carbon emissions on site (and no carbon emissions at all, if a renewable source of electricity is used to power them).