Which heat pump is right for you? Which heat pump is right for you?

Learn more about sustainable heat pump technology and discover a bespoke home heating solution that meets the needs of you and your home.

Learn more about sustainable heat pump technology and discover a bespoke home heating solution that meets the needs of you and your home.

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Sustainable heating solutions

We are renewable home energy installation specialists offering sustainable heating solutions across Durham, Yorkshire, Northumberland, Cumberland, Lancashire and the Scottish borders.

Air source heat pumps

Installed externally, an air source heat pump draws warmth from the ambient air outside your home. Working well even in colder temperatures, the warm air is used to heat your home and provide hot water.

Ground source heat pumps

With pipes installed underground, a ground source heat pump can tap into the stable temperature of the earth beneath your property, providing consistent heating and hot water throughout the seasons.

From site survey to Installation and beyond

Start your journey today by telling us about your property and book your complimentary site survey. Our team of expert installers are on hand to answer all your questions and recommend the best sustainable home energy technology that’s suitable for you and your home. When you’re ready to install, we design your bespoke system, complete the full installation and ensure you’re comfortable and confident with your new set-up.

Best of all, in partnership with Hometree, we can provide lifetime aftercare, servicing, repairs and warranty support. So, from start to finish and for the lifetime of all your equipment, we’ve got you covered.

Why Geowarmth for Heat Pumps?

Energy Independence

Heat pumps offer a reliable source of heating and cooling by efficiently transferring heat from one space to another, reducing dependence on traditional heating and cooling systems – giving you greater control over your indoor climate.

Cost Savings

Modern heat pumps can be four times more efficient than gas boilers, using far less energy to produce the same amount of heat. With the right installation you can see your total energy bills come down.

Environmental Impact

By switching to a heat pump, you can reduce your home’s reliance on fossil fuels, lowering your carbon footprint and help to combat climate change.

Increased Property Value

Installing heat pumps can increase the value of your property, as potential future buyers are increasingly looking for energy-efficient and environmentally friendly features in homes.

Sustainable solutions you can trust

Case studies

Our designs and installations are tailored to suit every home. Take a look at some examples of our work here.

Domestic

From leafy bungalows to trendy new builds, we can design and install a solution that’s perfect for your needs. See some of our projects here.

Commercial

Commercial properties present unique challenges that require specialist knowledge to deliver the best results. See some of our projects here.

FAQs

How do heat pumps work?

Heat pumps operate by transferring heat from one location to another using a refrigeration cycle. They extract heat from the outside air, ground or water source and then transfer and amplify it to warm your property and heat your water.

Are heat pumps energy-efficient?

Yes, heat pumps are known for their energy efficiency. Because they move heat rather than generate it through combustion, they can provide up to four times the amount of energy they consume, making them an environmentally friendly and cost-effective heating solution.

What are the benefits of installing a heat pump?

Installing a heat pump offers several benefits, including reduced energy bills, year-round comfort with both heating and cooling capabilities and lower carbon emissions. According to recent research, adding a heat pump to your home  can improve your property value by around 3%.

I’m considering replacing my boiler with a heat pump. Are there any incentives to supplement the installation cost?

We’re on hand to help you discover what solution is best suited to your home and help you claim your £7,500 support from the Government’s Boiler Upgrade Scheme. To learn more or request a complimentary site-specific quote contact us here.

How do I know if I need an air source or a ground source heat pump?

This will likely depend on the outdoor space you have available and the geology under your home. Our team can advise which option is best for your home after completing a site survey.