Heat Pumps move heat from one area to another to be used elsewhere in your business, offering businesses the advantage of reduced overheads, a lower carbon footprint and earning potential.
One of the most common types of heat pumps is the ground source heat pump, but there are other types available to deliver a cost-effective solution for businesses. We have extensive experience in the design and installation of commercial heat pumps to meet the requirements of your business, whatever industry you’re operating in.
The Advantages to Commercial Heat Pumps
Heat pumps have grown in popularity for businesses as they offer a cost-effective solution to energy needs and are cheaper to run than oil or gas boilers, or direct electric heating systems. Another benefit of commercial heat pumps is that they can be fully automated so they are less demanding for companies to operate compared to biomass boilers. There’s no need to manage fuel deliveries or the risk of fuel being stolen, making them a secure option.
With no combustion involved, heat pumps are safe and don’t emit any harmful gases, making them a more environmentally friendly and safer option. One of the primary reasons that businesses invest in commercial heat pumps is that they have a longer lifespan than combustion boilers and are unobtrusive, with no planning permission required for their installation.
The costs associated with installing a heat pump system isn’t one-size-fits-all. There are various aspects to designing and installing the system that need to be taken into consideration, such as the size of the property, how it is constructed, how well insulated the property is, how much room and access is available, and what methods will be used to distribute the heat. We recommend contacting our team for a quote based on your property’s needs and suitability.
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With our expertise and knowledge of the renewable energy sector, your business premises can soon benefit from commercial heat pumps. Contact our team today to discuss your requirements and learn more about making the move to a renewable, eco-friendly energy alternative.