The trouble with pricing these things is its difficult to get a decent average cost, I can say clearly its not cheap. Dont let that put you off because the government renewable heat incentive is aimed at subsidising the extra cost of having this stuff installed! if you take a house using 30,000 kWh of heat over a year the RHI payment for a ground source heat pump would be £4328.50 per year for seven years (plus inflation if there is any). This gives a total of £30,299. During the 7 years and thereafter you will be making a saving of around 50% on your heating bills – our heating is costing 2.3p per kilowatt – cheaper than gas or oil or any other fuel. This payment would cover the cost of the drilling, the heat pump and probably a replacement hot water cylinder (we need a special high efficiency coil inside). The efficiency of the system depends on the temperature we need to run it at to give you the temperature you need in the house so we would probably need to upgrade the radiators. So you can see its difficult to price it up, if you have had an EPC done recently just let us have your postcode and house number and I can give you a better “ball park” figure.
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