How are you heating your home?

If you are the owner of a farm or country estate, renewable heating will enable you to take control of your heating bills by harnessing the energy beneath your land and removing your reliance on fossil fuels.

By installing ground or air source heating, you can create a warm home for you and your tenants and future-proof your bills – all at the same time as reducing your carbon footprint. Funding may also be available for your heating project. As no building is too big for a well-designed heat pump system, we can also provide temperature maintenance for large agricultural processing or warehouse facilities.

  • Future-proof your bills

    The cost of heating large buildings using aging or expensive oil or gas systems can be a significant sum. Take control of your heating costs and future-proof your bills – renewable heating offers a more energy efficient option that also shields you from the volatility of fossil fuel prices.

    You could also consider adding solar or wind power to generate electricity to run your heat pump and further reduce your operating costs.

  • Receive government incentives

    By switching the heating of your farmhouse to ground or air source, you may be eligible for the government’s Boiler Upgrade Scheme, which provides a one-off upfront grant of £7,500. The same applies for self-builds, barn conversions, and privately rented farm properties.

    More details of all schemes available can be found on our Funding page.

  • Utilise your assets

    The land available on country estates and farms is perfect for the ground loop required for ground source heating. As the loop is laid 1.2metres beneath the surface, you can continue to use the land – meaning you can harness energy from below the ground while still growing crops on it or for grazing etc.

    As an air source heat pump does not require a collector loop, such installations cost less. Although air source is ideal for smaller buildings, we do also offer larger capacity commercial air source systems for bigger projects – up to and including the largest glasshouses or processing facilities.

    The nature of ground and air source heating can also be beneficial to helping maintain the condition of your property and contents, as it provides a consistent, controlled warm temperature rather than short blasts of heat from conventional boilers.

  • Hassle free

    Heat pumps offer significant advantages over other renewable systems such as biomass. Biomass can be extremely labour intensive and require a large space for the furnace and storage. A heat pump can simply be positioned in a small plant room or inside an existing outbuilding and left to run on its own.

  • Easy servicing and maintenance

    As heat pumps do not involve any combustion, servicing and maintenance is usually straightforward. An added benefit of choosing Finn Geotherm to design and install your heat pump, is that we also have an in-house servicing and maintenance team who can attend to your system for years to come.

  • District heating

    District heating (also known as communal heating) is another option available for this kind of project, enabling a number of properties or buildings to be linked to one heat pump. See our district heating page to find out more.


    The ground source heat pump system is delivering everything we hoped at a lower energy cost than expected. The quality of workmanship was exceptional with obvious care and pride being put into every aspect of the installation.

    Steve Brown, Operations and Production Manager, RAGT Seeds

Our Range of Products

  • Air Source Heat Pumps
  • Ground Source Heat Pumps
  • Heat Recovery Systems
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    Panasonic Aquarea UK Cylinders

    Manufactured in the UK, Panasonic’s Aquarea UK cylinders are designed to maximise the efficiency of the Aquarea heat pump range. The cylinders themselves are also very energy efficient and have been developed to ensure easy, hassle-free installation....

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    Panasonic Aquarea Series

    Panasonic’s Aquarea air source heat pump series generate the perfect temperature heating and produce hot water, in an easy, cost effective and environmentally friendly way. The highly efficient Aquarea range is suitable for both new installations and...

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    Dimplex EC-Eau Smart cylinder

    Dimplex’s EC-Eau Smart range of cylinders are designed specifically to work with A Class heat pumps to provide an efficient and environmentally friendly way of supplying domestic hot water. Employing a large surface area heat exchanger, EC-Eau heat p...

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    Oilon ChillHeat RE Series

    Oilon’s ChillHeat RE series of industrial ground source heat pumps are designed for very large scale projects, providing high capacity in a compact unit. A number of RE industrial heat pumps can be connected in series, resulting in an energy ef...

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    Stiebel Eltron Cylinders

    Stiebel Eltron cylinders are designed to work alongside the H Model range of ground source heat pumps. The cylinders are available in a range of sizes, including 300l and 500 l, to suit each project. ...

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    Stiebel Eltron HW Models

    Stiebel Eltron’s HW models are ideally suited to domestic ground source heat pump applications. The systems are highly energy efficient and are suitable for both new build and retrofit projects thanks to flow temperatures of up to 75°C. ...

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    Stiebel Eltron H Models

    Stiebel Eltron’s H models are ideally suited to a vast range of commercial ground source heat pump applications, including both new build and retrofit. The systems are highly energy efficient and offer high hot water convenience thanks to high ...

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    Enervent Pingvin

    The Enervent Pingvin air handling unit has been in production since 1995. It is the best selling single-family house unit with a rotating heat exchanger in Finland. Wall or ceiling mounting The Pingvin is dimensioned to fit in standard cabinets. The ...

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    Enervent Pelican

    Pelican is the older brother of the popular Pingvin series. It was designed to conform with the strictest building codes without compromising energy efficiency. The Pelican is best suited for larger single-family houses. The appearance of the Enerven...

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    Enervent LTR Range

    The horizontal LTR models are designed to be installed in a roof space. Units of the LTR range have particularly efficient urethane insulation, so they can be installed in a cold space, such as an attic, with extra insulation. All of the LTR range ar...

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