Reduce CO2 emissions with a heat pump in your home!
A heat pump heats your home and provides hot tap water. The heat pump system replaces the central heating boiler and can be connected to the central heating system. By extracting heat from the air, the soil or the groundwater, the installation makes use of reusable energy. Sustainable, in other words! As a result, gas consumption will decrease significantly or even disappear completely,
There are various types of heat pumps. A hybrid heat pump works together with a high efficiency gas boiler and is suitable for houses with moderate insulation. A fully electric heat pump replaces your high efficiency gas boiler and is suitable for houses with good to very good insulation. A ventilation heat pump extracts heat from the ventilation air and is suitable for houses with mechanical ventilation.
Want to know what you can save with a heat pump?
An average family home consumes about € 1,350 per year in gas for heating and hot water (1,700 m3). With a hybrid heat pump, you reduce this to € 1,150 per year (900 m3 for gas and 1,900 kWh for extra electricity consumption). Your advantage is therefore around € 200 per year.