Come and see us at the National Homebuilding and Renovating Show at the NEC in Birmingham… for FREE.Read More
Mar 23 2017Come & See Us At The National Homebuilding and Renovating Show at the NEC in Birmingham… for FREE!
Feb 27 2017Ground Source Heat Pump Efficiency Comparison – Which Solution Will Save You The Most Money?
When renovating, or self-building a new home you have a golden opportunity to invest in an efficient heating system that will reduce your environmental impact and, crucially, will give you significant savings over the long term. Of the several renewable heating options now commercially available, ground source heat pumps (GSHP) are often the most economical and cost-effective.
However, when you cut through the hype, are heat pumps really that much more efficient than conventional heating systems? This article explains the potential savings.Read More
Feb 22 2017A Quick Break Down Of Ground Source Heat Pump Costs
What does a Ground Source Heat Pump cost, and – most importantly – what factors contribute to this figure? A growing number of home and commercial property owners have asked us this question over the past year, owing to the rising popularity of Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP) as a source of renewable energy.
Feb 15 20178 Crucial Questions To Ask Ground Source Heat Pump Suppliers
Ground Source Heat Pumps are relative newcomers to the renewable energy scene, so acquiring all the necessary knowledge and finding a supplier you can trust can be a minefield. Fortunately, there are a number of established suppliers, such as HexEnergy Ltd, with the engineering and installation experience to set up your system with minimal disruption. There is even a professional organisation that self-regulates the Ground Source Heat Pump market – the Ground Source Heat Pump Association.Read More
Feb 10 2017What Are Ground Source Heat Pumps and How Will They Help Me Reduce Running Costs and Improve the Environment?
Ground source heat pumps (GSHP) are simple but effective renewable heating concept that harness latent energy from the Earth and transform it into heating for domestic and commercial buildings. They are extremely cost-effective to run and do not require any exotic technology that isn’t already in everyone’s home – simply an underground network of collector pipes, a refrigeration circuit and two heat exchangers.
Dec 15 2016The Selection of Air Source Heat Pumps as a Solution to Domestic Heating
Air Source Heat Pumps
What do they look like what do they do, how do they do it and why use them?
A small domestic ASHP looks like an air conditioning unit on the side of a building.
An Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) is an appliance using electricity to provide heating and cooling to a building. ASHP do this by using the refrigeration process to collect and move heat energy in and out of a space and consuming electrical energy in the process. The value of ASHP’s is their ability to move significantly more heat energy than the process uses in electrical energy.
To help understand the value of the heat pump process, conveniently, both heat energy and electrical energy are measured in Kilowatts (kW) as they are both energy. This means we can compare “apples with apples” or the two energy types equally.Read More
Dec 13 2016Visit HexEnergy Ltd At The Homebuilding & Renovating Show - Birmingham NEC, 23rd March
We are delighted to announce that HexEnergy Ltd will be exhibiting at the forthcoming Homebuilding & Renovating Show at Birmingham NEC on 23rd March 2017 - this is a great show to be part of and the ideal place to go if you have an interest in building & renovation. To find out more about the show itself, go to http://www.homebuildingshow.co.uk/Read More
Dec 06 2016The Selection Of Ground Source Heat Pumps As A Solution To Business
Ground Source Heat Pumps
What do they look like, what do they do, how do they do it and why use them? A Ground Source Heat Pump has hidden collector pipework and an internal heat pump unit usually positioned in a purpose build room.
A Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP) uses electricity to provide heating, hot water and cooling to a building, temperature process or system. GSHP do this by using the refrigeration process to collect and move heat energy in and out of a space and consuming electrical energy in the process. The value of GSHP’s is their ability to move significantly more heating or cooling energy than the process uses in electrical energy.Read More