At JAJ Heating Services, we offer Ground Source Heat Pump Installations in Southampton, Portsmouth, Fareham, Cosham, Eastleigh, Waterlooville, Winchester and most of Hampshire. We are MCS Accredited (APH-47466) and can assist in Government Grant applications for new installations, and help clients enroll in the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme. Open 7 days, 8 am to 9 pm.
A Ground Source Heat Pump extracts heat from underground and transfers it to your home, providing hot water and heating.
The heat generated can be used for your radiators, underfloor heating and hot water supply.
You can currently qualify for the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (ends 31st March 2022). The Clean Heat Grant (£5,000 grants) replaces the RHI scheme in April 2022.
How much does it cost to install a Ground Source Heat Pump?
The cost to install a Ground Source Heat Pump can be over £20,000. Our engineer will advise you of the cost after running through a few questions and visiting the property.
How efficient are Ground Source Heat Pumps?
Ground Source Heat Pumps can be up to 300% to 400% efficient. So for every unit of energy it uses to harness heat, it outputs 3 to 4 units of heat.
What are the advantages of Ground Source Heat Pumps?
What are the disadvantages of Ground Source Heat Pumps?
Can you get grants for heat pumps?
Yes, you can get grants for Ground Source Heat Pump installations. You could be eligible to qualify for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme (until 31st March 2022) or the Clean Heat Grant (CHG) from April 2022.
Do Ground Source Heat Pumps qualify for RHI?
Ground Source Heat Pumps do qualify for the RHI scheme.
What is the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (RHI)?
The RHI scheme was launched to reward property owners who have installed a Ground Source Heat Pump. Recipients of the RHI scheme are financially rewarded a payment every quarter, for every khw of renewable heat their system produces. A homeowner could earn up to £30,000 over a 7 year period. The RHI scheme ends 31st March 2022.
What is the Clean Heat Grant?
The Clean Heat Grant (CHG) will replace the RHI scheme. The CHG will be available from April 2022 onwards and gives grants of approx £5,000 towards the cost of installing a Ground Source Heat Pump. The RHI scheme is the better option.
Are you MCS Accredited?
Yes we are. Our Certification Number: APH-47466. MCS stands for Microgeneration Certification Scheme. Engineer must hold a MCS license number to carry out installs of Ground Source Heat Pumps.
Feel free to give us a call to book in a free consultation and quote. Our engineer will advise you on the most suitable system for your home and the various options available to you. Look no further if you need a ground source heat pump installer.