Heat pumps

We offer our clients energy-efficient and ecological heating solutions with a heat pump, which additionally creates savings for you from the reduction of heating costs. The heat pumps offered by our company are produced by internationally recognized manufacturers (Mitsubishi, Toshiba, Daikin) and enable pleasant heating of facilities. The heat pump provides high heating power even at extremely low temperatures (up to -28 degrees Celsius) and is suitable for underfloor heating or heating with radiators. In addition, the offered heat pumps are characterized by quiet operation. The investment in a heat pump is repaid within three to five years.

A residential heat pump is a type of HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) system that uses a pump to transfer heat from the air or ground outside the building to the interior, providing warmth in cold weather. The operation of the pump for heating living spaces can be divided into the following steps:

  • Heat collection: A heat pump absorbs heat from the outside air or ground using a heat exchanger. With an air-to-water heat pump, heat is collected from the air outside the building, while with a ground-to-water heat pump, heat is collected from the ground.
  • Compression and heat transfer: The heat collected by the heat exchanger is then transferred to the refrigerant. The refrigerant then undergoes compression, in which its temperature increases. This elevated temperature allows the refrigerant to transfer its heat to the interior of the building.
  • Heat distribution: The heated refrigerant is then transferred to the heat pump's indoor unit. The indoor unit then distributes the heat evenly throughout the building through a series of ducts or radiators.
  • Cycle reversal: As the heat is dissipated, the refrigerant expands, lowering its temperature. The refrigerant is then returned to the heat pump outdoor unit to complete the cycle.

   The advantages of using a heat pump for living spaces are numerous. Some of the most important benefits include the following:

  • Energy efficiency: Heat pumps for residential buildings are highly energy efficient, as they use less energy to provide the same amount of heat as traditional heating systems. This results in lower energy bills and reduced carbon emissions.
  • Cost savings: The energy efficiency of heat pumps results in significant cost savings over time, making them a more affordable option in the long run.
  • Environmental benefits: Residential heat pumps do not produce harmful emissions, making them an environmentally friendly option for heating a building.
  • Versatility: Heat pumps can be used for heating and cooling, making them a versatile and flexible alternative.
  • Durability: Heat pumps are designed to last more than 20 years..

   Generally, residential heat pumps are a very efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly solution for heating buildings.