Our larger Heatpumps use a three phase supply, but generally they are only used in buildings over 350 – 400M2 – if III-Phase is not [...]
Usually it will pay, unless you are in a very small property (there may be a slightly higher standing charge). The night rate is around [...]
Although it is traditionally referred to as ’brine’, the fluid is usually a 33% mix of ethylene glycol (antifreeze) and water.
Both work just as well, but drilling usually costs more but has the advantage of needing less site space and may be better in a [...]
Hot water is the smaller part of the energy bill compared to space heating usually. An average home uses around 5,000 to 8,000 kW Hours [...]
Yes, and because pool has a relatively low temperature (usually no more than 30°) and the pool water is a large thermal store, you can [...]
With Nibe Uplink built into all of our machines, and a free APP available, you can remotely monitor online with a phone, tablet or PC.
At just 43dB Nibe’s 1145 and 1245 GSHP models are renowned to be the quietest heatpumps in Europe. Noise level is similar to a domestic [...]
If possible, place the heat pump inside the house in the utility room (ground source or teh indoor module of an air to water)– unlike [...]
Yes you can, but for a variety of reasons it’s often not worth it; solid fuel heat sources must always be designed to cater for [...]