Ground Source Heat Pump is better suited for a larger detached property and although the system is more efficient all year round it is more expensive to install and will require either enough land to lay ground collectors, up to twice the total floor area of a new build property and up to 5 times the total floor area of an older property or we would require the room to enable borehole excavation equipment and works ( a system that enables ground collector pipework to be installed vertically at up to 120 metres).
Air Source Heat Pumps require less initial works and often installed at a third of the price. You would require an outdoor space next to your home for the heat pump unit which will emit some very low noise when in operation. Both systems will require space for a hot water cylinder and a buffer tank (up to 100 Litres).
Our highly trained team will discuss each and every option available and advise the best suited installation for your particular property.