Ground Source Heat Pump Borehole Drilling Time Lapse

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Neat, quick, and efficient, this time lapse video shows the drilling of 25 communal boreholes which will feed heat to ground source heat pumps installed at 49 bungalows owned by Stonewater Housing in Burton Gardens, Weobley.

The communal shard ground loop array heating system qualifies for upfront ECO funding and Non Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive payments for 20 years.

The ground source heat pumps are expected to more than halve the heating bills for residents, who were previously using night storage heaters.

Read more about this Kensa Contracting scheme here.

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