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Ground Source Heat Pumps by NIBE

NIBE manufactures a range of high-quality ground source heat pumps that are suitable for a wide variety of properties, from existing and new build homes to large houses and commercial buildings. When you install a ground source heat pump from NIBE, you can dramatically reduce your energy consumption by up to 80% and lessen your impact on the environment.

If you want to enjoy trouble-free heating and hot water at a fraction of the alternative cost, a NIBE ground source heat pump could be a good fit for your home.

NIBE Ground Source Heat Pump Range

NIBE’s ground source heat pumps are renewable energy systems that collect solar energy stored in the ground, surface soil or lake water near your home to provide hot water for your radiators, underfloor heating, taps and showers. In addition to keeping your home warm in the winter, NIBE ground source heat pumps can be used to provide cooling in the summer. 

Designed for domestic use, NIBE’s range of ground source heat pumps are easy to install, operate and maintain, plus they’re built to last and are a greener way of heating your home. 

Browse the range below to find out more about NIBE’s ground source heat pumps. 

NIBE S1255 Ground Source Heat Pump

Ideal for small and large-sized properties, the NIBE S1255 is an inverter controlled ground source heat pump with integrated Wi-Fi and a water heater. It comes in two outputs of 1.5-6kW and 3-12kW and always performs efficiently whilst automatically adapting to your home’s heating requirements throughout the year.

The NIBE S1255 features a push-open aluminium door, an updated interface and sophisticated touchscreen control. Also, the integrated wireless connection and voice assistant support allow you to connect and interact with your ground source heat pump at home and when you’re on the go.  

MODELDIMENSIONOUTPUTMAX FLOW TEMPERATUREINTEGRATED WATER TANKEFFICIENCY RATING
NIBE S1255H – 1800mm
W – 600mm
D – 620mm


6 – 12 kW65°CYesA+++

NIBE S1155 Ground Source Heat Pump

The S1155 ground source heat pump from NIBE has the same features as the S1255, only it doesn’t include the integrated water tank. As it has no tank, this model is a space-saving option that’s best suited for installation in properties with low ceilings. 

S1155 output options include 1.5-6kW, 3-15kW, 4-16kW and 6-25kW to meet the demands of your small, medium or large home.  

MODELDIMENSIONOUTPUTMAX FLOW TEMPERATUREINTEGRATED WATER TANKEFFICIENCY RATING
NIBE S1155H – 1500mm
W – 600mm
D – 620mm


6 – 25 kW65°CNOA+++

NIBE F1255 Ground Source Heat Pump

Available in output sizes of 1.5-6kW and 3-12kW, the NIBE F1255 has a built-in hot water cylinder and is suitable for small and large properties. This ground source heat pump has an inverter control and can adapt to your heating demand for optimum savings and to keep your home at a comfortable temperature all year round. 

The NIBE F1255 also boasts a user-friendly control, energy-saving smart technology and a high seasonal performance factor to ensure minimal operating costs.

MODELDIMENSIONOUTPUTMAX FLOW TEMPERATUREINTEGRATED WATER TANKEFFICIENCY RATING
NIBE F1255H – 1800mm
W – 600mm
D – 620mm


6 – 12 kW65°CYesA+++

NIBE F1155 Ground Source Heat Pump

Easy to install in properties with low ceilings, the NIBE F1155 is without an integrated water tank, which means a separate hot water tank might need to be selected according to your hot water requirements. It comes in two outputs of 1.5-6kW and 3-12kW to suit your home’s demand and features energy-saving technology to increase your system’s efficiency.

MODELDIMENSIONOUTPUTMAX FLOW TEMPERATUREINTEGRATED WATER TANKEFFICIENCY RATING
NIBE F1155H – 1500mm
W – 600mm
D – 620mm


6 – 12 kW65°CNOA+++

NIBE F1145 Ground Source Heat Pump

NIBE’s F1145 is available in two sizes of 15kW and 17kW, making it a great option for larger houses with higher heating demand. This energy-efficient and easy to install model has an integrated immersion heater and circulation pumps, as well as a high-temperature range and energy-saving smart technology. It also has a control unit that lets you maintain a comfortable indoor temperature safely and cost-effectively.

MODELDIMENSIONOUTPUTMAX FLOW TEMPERATUREINTEGRATED WATER TANKEFFICIENCY RATING
NIBE F1145H – 1500mm
W – 600mm
D – 620mm


15 – 17 kW65°CNOA+++

NIBE F1355 Ground Source Heat Pump

Boasting two compressors that provide efficient output regulation, the NIBE F1355 is an ideal ground source heat pump for large homes. This heat pump has an operating range of 4-28kW, inverter technology for minimal operating costs and smart technology with user-friendly control to enable you to control your system from your smartphone. 

MODELDIMENSIONOUTPUTMAX FLOW TEMPERATUREINTEGRATED WATER TANKEFFICIENCY RATING
NIBE F11355H – 1800mm
W – 600mm
D – 620mm


28 kW65°CNOA+++

NIBE F1345 Ground Source Heat Pump

The NIBE F1345 can be supplied with an output of 24kW, 30kW, 40kW or 60kW and is perfect for large homes, commercial properties and buildings with large heat demand. If you have higher output requirements, up to nine units can be linked together to deliver a maximum output of 540kW. 

This powerful heat pump has two large scroll compressors and is equipped with a multicolour display and user-friendly controls. It also has a USB port to ensure software upgrades are smooth and simple to perform.   

MODELDIMENSIONOUTPUTMAX FLOW TEMPERATUREINTEGRATED WATER TANKEFFICIENCY RATING
NIBE F1345H – 1800mm
W – 600mm
D – 620mm


24 – 60 kW65°CNOA+++

How much do NIBE Ground Source Heat Pumps Cost?

Installing a NIBE ground source heat pump usually costs between £9,000 and £20,000 or more, depending on the size of the system, the groundwork involved and who you choose to carry out the work. It’s quite a disruptive job and requires experts to dig a borehole or large trenches, so this type of renewable heating system costs a lot more upfront than a traditional system. 

Although installing a ground source heat pump is more expensive than other heating systems, it will be more efficient and much cheaper than gas, oil or electric heating. The pump needs to use a small amount of electricity to work, but you could potentially save a significant amount of money on your energy bills and considerably reduce your CO2 emissions. 

Why Choose a NIBE Ground Source Heat Pump?

Save Money on Your Energy Bills

If your home currently has oil, gas or electric heating, a NIBE ground source heat pump should help you make significant financial savings because it uses free energy from the ground. As previously stated, the heat pump requires electricity to run, but it uses only a small amount of electricity to produce a large amount of heat. 

Lower Your Household’s Carbon Emissions

Using less electricity to heat your home means you are reducing your carbon footprint and your impact on the environment. And as a ground source heat pump doesn’t produce carbon emissions on site, it’s a low carbon heating solution. You can even combine your NIBE ground source heat pump with a renewable electricity source, such as solar panels, to make your system 100% eco-friendly. 

Eligible for Grants

NIBE ground source heat pumps are MCS certified, which is an essential requirement to qualify for the UK government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments. When you sign up for the scheme, you receive quarterly payments for the amount of green energy your heat pump produces. To apply for the RHI scheme, you must get your ground source heat pump installed by an MCS certified installer.

Low Maintenance Costs

Ground source heat pumps require very little maintenance, but you should always check the manufacturer’s instructions to see what maintenance is required to keep your system healthy and to maintain your warranty. What’s more, the heat pump itself has a lifespan of well over 20 years, and the underground piping system has a longer life expectancy of between 50 and 100 years. 

NIBE Ground Source Heat Pump Reviews

We were unable to find any online reviews for NIBE ground source heat pumps at the time of writing in November 2021.

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