Boreholes for ground source heat pump systems

Geoff Ellison

There’s a lot you need to know if you’re considering putting in a borehole for water or for your ground source heating loops. Geoff Ellison, director at Dragon Drilling, explains how deep the holes are, what they look like, how long they take to drill and what Dragon Drilling’s smallest size drilling rig is.

We would like to thank the MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) for sponsoring this interview in the Renewing the Conversation series.

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