The Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pump is unique for it’s ability to be installed inside the home – typically under the kitchen sink, or in the airing cupboard underneath the hot water cylinder.
The Kensa Shoebox Heat Pump is designed for straightforward installation and requires no specialist training to install. However the installation must conform to all relevant construction and electrical codes and comply with the requirements of the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) MIS3005
Kensa can recommend or work alongside any installer of a Kensa ground source heat pump system to provide expert guidance and support throughout the installation. As an MCS accredited manufacturer and installer, every Kensa installation will be delivered to the highest quality benchmark, and where applicable, meet the qualifying criteria for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
We will aim to have your quote with you in 2-3 days. We can then advise of an installer local to you, or support you or your preferred plumber to carry out the installation. Our MCS Umbrella service ensures all systems are fully compliant with MCS requirements to ensure you receive the RHI.
Contact Kensa to recommend a local Kensa installer to you. You can then deal with your local installer direct, and they will project manage your installation from start to finish.