The heat pump can be left in the pantry. It takes up roughly the same as a fridge-freezer and fits in most places. The family’s energy habits and house size determines how many meters of tubing to be buried in the garden. It also means something, if you have radiators or underfloor heating. But detached houses often use 150-200 meters hoses for every 100 square feet to be heated.
It is not uncommon to spend 300-400 meters hoses to a single-family house at 180 square feet. They require approximately 300-400 square meters of space in the garden. The precise length of tubing depends on several factors, eg. house’s heat loss and soil around the house.
There is some distance in the burial of the battle for geothermal heat pumps to be respected. From hoses and a water bore must be at least 50 m, and there must be at least 60 cm to neighboring divisions. Municipalities may reinforce these claims.