The combination of the heat pump and the central heating boiler provides the highest efficiency in most circumstances. For example, the central heating boiler only kicks in as soon as the temperature outside gets too low and it is therefore more profitable to heat your house with gas.
Your total gas consumption can up to 70% reduction.
There is always heat in the air. This heat is extracted from the air by the outdoor unit and the indoor unit adds the heat to your heating system. You can compare it to an inverted refrigerator. The room is now not cooled, but rather heated.
• Outdoor unit
This will be placed outside your home. Together with you we determine the best location.
• Indoor unit
This is placed inside next to your current central heating boiler and controls the hybrid system.
"Does a heat pump make a lot of noise?" is a frequently asked question. The noise level of the indoor unit is less than the central heating boiler you already have. The outdoor unit has about the noise level of an air conditioner, which can be compared to an older refrigerator that starts up. During the intake and the work recording, we pay a lot of attention to noise to ensure that you can enjoy the heat pump without nuisance.
A ground-based system uses heat from the earth. This is especially suitable for new construction, because it is difficult to construct the infrastructure (including a ground drilling) in existing houses. An air/water heat pump is much simpler and cheaper to realize in existing houses.