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Social Housing

Fuel poverty in social housing is a significant issue, but by choosing a heat pump, you can cut energy bills for your residents, as well as making your heating system more reliable with easier servicing and maintenance.

We believe passionately that people should be able to enjoy living in warm homes without the worry of how much it will cost. Our heat pump systems provide proven solutions for social housing, helping residents to live comfortably while enabling housing associations to reduce costs and energy use and meet decarbonisation targets.

  • Lower heating bills

    We can help you to make monthly heating bills more affordable for your residents. Heat pumps are highly energy efficient – typically costing 75% less to run than electric storage heaters.

  • High volume of hot water on demand

    Heat pumps generate plenty of hot water as it is required, meeting the demands of your residents every day, all year round.

  • Reliable and low maintenance heating

    As a heat pump doesn’t use any form of combustion, it should be expected to last much longer than a traditional boiler and will require less maintenance than other renewable alternatives. For example, a ground source heat pump should last more than 30 years – at least three times longer than a modern condensing boiler.

    In addition, by creating a district heating scheme (using one heat pump system with a central plant room to heat any number of homes), servicing and maintenance is made significantly easier. You simply have to service one central system, rather than having to go into the homes of every resident individually.

  • Increased safety of low temperature radiators

    Heat pumps are at their most efficient when providing steady state heat at a lower flow temperature. This makes them an ideal solution for low temperature radiators or underfloor heating in environments where safety is paramount, without compromising on the heat output.

  • Reduced carbon footprint

    Heat pumps generate much lower CO2 emissions than conventional heating systems, helping organisations to meet the environmental credentials expected of them and accelerate their journey towards Net Zero.

  • Hassle-free 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 community or communal heating or heat networks – is a scheme which delivers highly efficient communal heating for a number of self-contained properties effectively using one main heat pump system. It is ideally suited to housing estates or blocks of flats and offers significant advantages to installing individual heating systems for each property. Read more about this on our district heating page.


    Working with heating experts such as Finn Geotherm allows us to explore further opportunities to reduce the cost of living for our customers, and the savings should make a real difference for them.

    Charlie Conley, Head of Asset Investment at Flagship

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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