These systems consist of a loop of refrigerant placed underground connected to a pump. By taking advantage of the difference in surface and ground temperatures it is possible to heat the property during the winter and cool the property during the summer.
Unlike other renewable energy sources, Ground Source Heat Pumps require a residual energy supply to pump the refrigerant around the system.
The initial cost of implementing one of these systems can be high but once installed you can expect to save around 70% on heating costs.
If you have had one of these systems installed or are looking to do so we would like to hear from you.