Heat pump system
Provides comfort with a capital letter
do not need a heating plant
Most heat pumps do not need much space to operate and install. In the case of a compact unit, just a square metre or two of floor space is enough. Another advantage of a heat pump system is that there is no need for storage or fuel tanks. Heat pumps do not emit odours or gases and are beautifully designed, so they can be placed anywhere in the room. In fact, you don't need a heating plant to set up and run a heat pump.
A heat pump gets most of its energy from renewable sources.
Heat pump most of the energy needed for heating comes from natural, renewable sources. There are several types of heat pumps, which are basically divided into water/water heat pumps, air/water heat pumps and ground/water heat pumps. Depending on the type of heat pump, the share of free energy obtained from nature ranges from 70 – 80 %. For more information on individual heat pumps, see our tips - What types of heat pumps do we know?
Environmentally friendly operation
Heat pump heating harnesses renewable solar energy stored in the air, water or soil. This energy is converted into useful heating energy with minimal electricity consumption. The heat pump does not produce CO2, so it does not pollute the environment.
Heating and cooling with one unit and low maintenance costs
In the face of climate change, hot spells are becoming more frequent. A heat pump can heat a building in winter and cool it in summer. To cool efficiently with a heat pump, we need to install A properly sized low-temperature, underfloor or wall-mounted heating/cooling system.
Choosing heat pumps
You can get an EcoFund grant to invest in a heat pump
Heat pump heating is one of the renewable sources for which the government offers grants and low-cost loans. The installation of a heat pump for central space heating is eligible for grants ECO Fund up to 50 % of the eligible investment costs.