The decision for a heat pump as a heating option often raises many questions. We would like to answer answered the most frequently asked questions about heat pumps to help you make the right decision.
When does a heat pump make sense?
A heat pump is particularly useful if you want to heat your home sustainably and efficiently. It is particularly well suited for new buildings or well-insulated buildings, as it derives its efficiency from ambient heat.
How much does a heat pump heating system cost?
The cost of a heat pump heating system varies depending on the size of the house, the model chosen and individual requirements. Generally, the initial cost is higher than conventional heating systems, but the long-term savings from lower energy costs can offset this investment.
What type of heat pump is best suited for heating?
Choosing the right heat pump depends on a number of factors, including the location of the home, the heating capacity needed, and individual preferences. Air-to-water, geothermal and water-to-water heat pumps are common options, each with their own advantages and disadvantages.
Does a heat pump make sense from an ecological point of view?
Yes, a heat pump makes sense from an environmental point of view, as it uses renewable energy sources and thus reduces CO2 emissions. By using ambient heat, less fossil fuel is needed, which leads to a reduction in environmental impact.
Is a heat pump economical?
A heat pump can be very economical in the long run. Although the initial cost is higher than conventional heating systems, lower operating costs and government subsidies can save you money in the long run.
When does a heat pump work efficiently?
A heat pump works particularly efficiently at low temperature differences between the heating medium and the ambient air or the ground. It is therefore advisable to adjust the heating curve accordingly and to size the system well to ensure optimum efficiency.
With these answers to the most frequently asked questions about heat pumps, we want to help you make informed decisions about your heating system and benefit from the many advantages of this innovative technology.
Of course, we will also be happy to answer your questions about heat pumps in person.