Welcome to the Heat Pump calculator

Do you need a heat pump quote? Are you trying to work out what size heat pump you will need for your property? This site can help you with both. Just complete the form below with details of your property and information about the heat pump system that you are interested in and it will calculate what size heat pump you need and even give you an estimate of what it will cost to design and install.

THE HEAT PUMP CALCULATOR

  1. First of all you need to decide which type of heat pump system is most suitable for your property (for a quick summary of what a heat pump is and how it works click here). If you are unsure which type to choose then you can get more info on each type here; ground, water or air.

    Once you have decided which type of heat pump system is most suitable please select it from the drop down menu below...


  2. Next you need to choose what size heat pump system your property needs. If you already know what size heat pump you need then use the slider below to choose the correct kW output. If you aren't sure what size heat pump would be best for your property then use this quick heat pump sizing calculator to help you.

    Use the slider below to choose the size of the heat pump system (kW heat output)...

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  3. Once you know what size and type of heat pump system you need for your property you can get an idea of what the system will cost to design and install.

    If you want a price for the full installation of the system then just tick all the boxes



    Heat pump basic installation
    Borehole drilling
    Groundworks
    Usable hot water (including new hot water cylinder)
    Electrical wiring
    Pipework insulation

Based on the information you have given above you a heat pump system for your property will cost:

£0 excluding VAT

CALCULATE HEAT PUMP COST

Estimating your properties heat requirement

A property's heat requirement is the amount of heat (usually measured in kilowatts (kW)) that the property needs in order to maintain the internal temperature at a comfortable level. The usual practice in the UK is to calculate the amount of heat a property needs in order to maintain the internal temperature at 21°C when the external air temperature is -4°C.

The 21°C figure used is a average of the property's internal room temperatures. Bathrooms and living areas are normally kept a few degrees warmer than bedrooms.

If your property has extensions of various build dates then complete the form below for each different area and then add the results together to get the property's total heat requirement.

Complete the form below to get an estimate of your properties heat requirement:

HEAT PUMP SIZING CALCULATOR



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  2. Your property's estimated heat requirement is 0kW
CALCULATE HEAT REQUIREMENT




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