Ground Source Heat Pump for Stroud Home

We’re delighted to have been instructed by our customers to install a new Ground Source Heat Pump system for their home in Stroud, Gloucestershire. The original heating was supplied by a very unloved Air Source Heat Pump, that showed the signs of not being correctly sized for the property.

With our in house ability to carry out the trenching works, albeit on a very steep valley side, GSM can deliver a one stop service for customers to avoid any unnecessary delays to getting the systems in.

GSM can provide all the necessary equipment and resource for our customers so that the installation is hassle free.

GSM can provide all the necessary equipment and resource for our customers so that the installation is hassle free.

We take pride in our work and a perfect example of this is our ability to site the Ground Source Heat Pump unit inside the home or outside. In the case of this installation we were tasked to locate it on the side of the house in a field. With our own fabrication workshop we designed and built a bespoke housing unit.

Once this was all plumbed and wired, we lowered the unit into the customer’s desired location, making it secure and safe.

Going the extra yard, designing and building bespoke outdoor housing units. Anyone else offering this? It's a great space saver indoors!

Going the extra yard, designing and building bespoke outdoor housing units. Anyone else offering this? It’s a great space saver indoors!

We installed a Kensa 15kW Single Phase Twin Compressor Model which is designed and built in the UK.

In all it’s a testing engineering project from start to finish and GSM are confident that you will be pleased with the outcome, so don’t delay, call Paul O’Connor on 01531 – 828 782 to find out more.

 


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