What are Ground Source Heat Pumps?
Ground-source (or Geothermal) heat pumps are very efficient and cost effective at extracting heat stored from within the ground. They can do this in one of two main ways - either by extracting the solar energy that heats the near-surface soil layer, or by utilizing the practically constant heat trapped in the bedrock. A ground-source heat pump can provide both space and water heating, has low carbon emissions, and requires no maintenance once the system is installed and commissioned.
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