Installing a heat pump
Installing a heat pump not only generates a positive economic effect. The pump also has a positive environmental impact. The heat pump uses energy from the outdoor air to heat the air indoors. The fan distributes the heat and cleans the air from dust and other particles that can cause allergic reactions. An air source heat pump can reduce household energy costs by 30-50%, which generates a sustainable investment.
Different types of pumps
We can help you to choose the right pump for your home. No matter what type of pump you need, our experienced installers can guide you to a sustainable heat source that makes your energy consumption more efficient.
Air heat pump
A heat pump consists of two parts: an outdoor and an indoor part. The outdoor part works to extract energy from the outdoor air. The air is then converted into heat or cold using adapted compressor technology. The pump can also clean the indoor air from airborne bacteria, viruses, and allergens.
Air Water heat pump
The air/water heat pump is placed on the outside and focuses on extracting energy from the outside air. The air is transferred to underfloor heating and hot water indoors with its fan unit. The air/water heat pump is a good investment for homes based on a water-borne heating system.
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