A Vaillant geoTHERM 38kW ground source heat pump was installed as a part of a major refurbishment and extension project at Broadfield House.
The project is a prime example of how retrofitting renewable technology into a residential property can generate outstanding levels of energy efficiency and support a more sustainable future.
Following the installation of the geoTHERM heat pump system, there is now a fully functioning, highly flexible and cost effective heating and hot water solution.
The geothermal heat is converted by the geoTHERM heat pump to provide both the heating and domestic hot water requirements for Broadfield House, whilst offering a renewable technology solution that will keep running costs low, with minimal environmental impact.
Ground source heat pumps require minimal amounts of electricity to convert geothermal heat into heating and hot water for the property, which delivers significant fuel cost savings. By replacing the ageing gas boiler with a more sustainable, renewable solution, the homeowners have successfully reduced their carbon emissions and will reap the benefits of reduced energy bills and RHI payments for years to come.
By aligning the installation work with the ongoing renovations, the project was coordinated and completed successfully with minimal delays and disruption to the homeowners.
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