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Commercial Ground Source Heat Pump
Commercial ground source heat pumps have proven to be a huge innovation in recent years, and they have the capacity to provide heating and cooling in a number of different environments and commercial buildings large and small.
To get access to the most professional ground source heat pump installation and maintenance, contact Robinsons Facilities Services. You can rely on rapid-response assistance and thorough maintenance schedules to keep your business heated.
What is a Commercial Ground Source Heat Pump?
A commercial ground source heat pump is a device that extracts thermal energy from the ground and uses it to provide heating and/or cooling for a commercial building. The earth’s surface absorbs approximately half of the sun’s energy that reaches it, making it a renewable and sustainable resource for extracting thermal energy.
This thermal energy can be used for a number of different applications, including space heating via a heat pump, domestic hot water, and industrial processes.
Benefits of Commercial Ground Source Heat Pumps
There are a number of benefits that commercial ground source heat pumps can provide, including:
- Reduced energy costs. Many of these systems provide around a 50% reduction on your energy costs when compared to fossil fuel systems. Annual maintenance is recommended.
- Reduced carbon emissions. Not burning fossil fuels for your energy is far better for the environment. This can also show your business’s commitment to the environment.
- Increased comfort levels. Being able to heat and cool the office or other commercial premises using a ground source heat pump means you are likely to be more comfortable.
- Less disruption. Most of the work required to install this type of heating system takes place outdoors or out of the way of where your workforce (and customers) may be, meaning that there is less disruption to your business than other types of heating and cooling systems.
Where Can I Install a Commercial Ground Source Heat Pump?
You can install a commercial ground source heat pump in any commercial building, whether it’s an office, retail premises, or even a factory.
A commercial plant room ground source heat pump can even assist in factories or businesses where you need high levels of heat for your processes.
Some examples of buildings using ground source heat pumps include schools and universities, hotels, commercial offices and even retail locations. If you need to fulfil the heating and cooling needs of a large building, a cascaded system may be ideal. This means multiple connected heat pumps providing much more heating capacity for big spaces like warehouses.
What Should I Do if My Ground Source Heat Pump Has an Error?
As well as ground source heat pump installation, our expert team can perform emergency or planned maintenance. If your system should develop an issue you can rely on the callout of experienced installers and professional engineers, 24/7/365.
Contact Robinsons Facilities Services today if you need to diagnose or repair a problem.
How Can I Get a Commercial Ground Source Heat Pump Installed or maintained in Yorkshire?
If you’re interested in reaping the benefits of a commercial ground source heat pump, get in touch with the team at Robinsons Facilities Services.
For many businesses, it makes sense from both an environmental and a financial standpoint to have a commercial ground source heat pump installed.
We’re experts when it comes to commercial ground source heat pump installation and maintenance, and we serve a wide range of commercial clients across Yorkshire.
Working across Yorkshire, we cover North Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, East Yorkshire and South Yorkshire and offer a fast, efficient response time to all commercial ground source heat pump enquiries. Contact us today for all planned, reactive maintenance or emergency call out. Call 01423 226578 or get in touch to see how Robinsons Facilities Services can help.
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Commercial Ground Source Heat Pumps FAQs
Ground source heat pumps need a lot more space than air source heat pumps, but it varies depending on your needs, and the boreholes themselves are often only around 20 cm in width.
Yes, a ground source heat pump is often commonly integrated with underfloor systems but they can also be used with traditional radiators within a commercial space, or using a combination of underfloor and radiator heaters.
Ground source heat pump systems can work all year round and are much more efficient and effective in the winter than was once the case.
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