The Kensa Shoebox

The Shoebox, Kensa’s smallest & quietest ground source heat pump

Packing plenty of low-carbon benefits in a tiny package, the Shoebox delivers heating and hot water to the smallest of properties. Fit it inside a kitchen cabinet or airing cupboard, the small but mighty Shoebox will make itself right at home.

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