Kensa will work with your preferred plumber or a Kensa Partner Installer to size and install a Kensa ground source heat pump that delivers 100% of your project’s heating and hot water needs. The recommended Kensa heat pump will depend on your property size and heat demand – the most common Kensa units specified in holiday accommodation are the Shoebox and Evo Series.
Shoebox Heat Pump Series
The award-winning ultra-quiet and ultra-small Shoebox heat pump is designed specifically to be installed inside the property, typically under the kitchen sink or in a utility cupboard, making it ideal for holiday lodges and chalets where space-saving is at a premium.
Available in 3kW and 6kW models.
Evo Heat Pump Series
New for 2017 the Evo is ultra-efficient, enhancing RHI income and further lowering bills. The Evo also features the world’s first control board unique to ground source heat pumps, complete with a touch screen panel for live status reports and easy set-up.
Available in 7kW, 9kW, and 13kW models, the Evo is ideal for larger or older holiday properties.Read more
Property configurations & options
Ground source heat pumps offer flexible and scalable solutions, extracting the free energy stored underground or in lakes and rivers. Where properties are close together they can share a ‘ground array’ and ‘heat source’, alternatively single properties can simply have their own.
Use the interactive diagram below to discover more about ground source heat pump options for your holiday accommodation.
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Ground array options
Heat your pool, too!
Does your site have communal washing facilities? Perhaps a swimming pool or a hot tub? A ground source heat pump can provide guaranteed, affordable and sustainable hot water for these, too!
Ground source heat pumps are ideal for holiday accommodation and parks, but if you are still yet to be convinced, let us point out some key added benefits:
No permanent damage to the ground
Ground source heat pumps are buried in the ground or submerged in water, your guests won’t know they are there – but they will last there for 100 years!
Ground source heat pumps take just 2-3 days to be installed, and can be staggered to suit you.
No income uncertainties
The amount you make through the RHI is based on actual metered heat produced by your ground source heat pump, so if your site requires heat and hot water all year round, you can be sure of a guaranteed RHI income all year round.
The average ground source heat pump cost per holiday property is £10,000 – £13,000. You will get this back typically in just 8 – 10 years through a guaranteed 20 year non domestic RHI income for the lifetime of the heat pump.
No saving uncertainties
Ground source heat pumps operate all year round and are meticulously sized to deliver all of your heat and hot water needs, so you can be sure of the system’s performance 365 days a year.
We dig to your tune
We know that for you time is money. And that it is important that your site is not disturbed or disrupted for any lengths of time.
This is why Kensa ground source heat pumps can be installed in just a matter of days, and can be done in stages that suit your schedule.
So your site can be up and running, with renewable heat and hot water, and generating you a guaranteed RHI income, in no time!
Free site survey
The Kensa technical team will conduct a site survey to assess your requirements in order to provide you with a comprehensive quotation. This involves initial geological surveys, site reviews and financial modelling around typical costs and returns.
Full design package
Including full heat load calculations (to EN12831) and geological reports, for compliance with Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) standards to ensure eligibility for the Non Domestic RHI.
If you require project management, Kensa Contracting will engage with your organisation or main contractor and take responsibility for the appointment and management of all sub-contractors, including drillers, ground workers, plumbers and electricians.
Living where we do, surrounded by rolling Welsh hills, we are very conscious that our luxury holiday accommodation should strive towards being eco-friendly. To do this we decided we wanted a heating system that paired technological innovation with natural resources. It is also very important for our guests to be comfortable during their stay with access to a constant supply of heating and hot water.
Mr Phillips, owner of Secret Yurts