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MCS Heat Pump Installation

Heat Pumps are more energy efficient than conventional methods of heating your home. If you are looking to make home improvements or are building your dream home and want to reduce your carbon footprint and your energy bills, Heat Pumps offer an excellent solution. They are suited to a variety of different building types and locations and can offer a cost-effective and environmentally friendly way of keeping your home, office or other business premises warm.

Why Choose the Reina Group?

  • The Reina Group are at the forefront of renewable Heat Pump installation and design in Kent, the wider South East and London.
  • We are MCS approved for all Heat Pump installations which gives greater consumer protection and allows our installations to be eligible for government grants.
  • We send indicative quotes almost immediately, using our state-of-the-art software.
  • We provide excellent Heat Pump maintenance and servicing support for our installations.
  • Our highly skilled engineers are professional, experienced and courteous.
  • Our dynamic team have great vision and offer value engineering solutions.
  • We offer both approved installation & servicing programmes relating to the industry’s leading manufacturers, for both Air and Ground Source Heat Pumps. This includes brands such as Thermia, Daikin, Nibe, Vaillant, Stiebel Eltron, Kensa, and Mitsubishi.

Contact the Reina Group Heat Pump team on 01303 248648 (option 3) or email us at hp@reinagroup.co.uk for further details. We can supply an indicative quote on how much the initial cost of the Heat Pump is and what you should expect back through the RHI Government scheme.

What is a Heat Pump?

A heat pump is a low cost and environmentally friendly way to provide heating and hot water to your home. By harnessing renewable energy, you can reduce both your heating bills and your impact on the environment.

What is the difference between Air and Ground Source Heat Pumps?

As the name suggests, Air Source Heat Pumps extract heat directly from the air. Ground Source Heat Pumps extract heat from the ground via brine running through underground pipes, either laid horizontally in trenches or vertically in boreholes.

The choice between an Air or Ground Source Heat Pump depends on your specific requirements, the size and nature of your property. The main factor when considering a Ground Source Heat Pump is whether your property has enough land to accommodate the ground loop trenches. This groundwork generally makes them a more expensive option.

Which Heat Pump installation is right for you?

Choosing which heat pump type is best for you depends on many factors, including the size of a property, type of building and what it is used for. The process is also a factor, with ground source options proving popular for new build properties where they can be fitted during the building process, and air source models being a less intrusive option for existing homes.

A comprehensive guide to Heat Pumps

In this guide we will tell you about measures you can take to improve your home’s energy efficiency, explain how heat pumps work and how you can benefit from them, as well as providing advice and tips.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does a Heat Pump work?

Will a Heat Pump Heat a building on the coldest winter day?

Will Heat Pumps provide enough hot water for baths, showers and domestic hot water?

Can a Heat Pump also be used to cool my property?

Why should I consider a Heat Pump?

How is the heat from a Heat Pump distributed around the house?

Do Heat Pumps make much noise?

Can a Heat Pump system be placed in an old building?

Can I heat a swimming pool with a Heat Pump?

Which manufacturer or installer of Heat Pumps should I choose?

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