Installing Air to Water Heat-Pumps
Air to water heat-pump installation is a quick and easy process. Air to water heat-pumps consist of two main components: an outdoor unit and a condenser. The outdoor unit absorbs heat from outside air, which is transferred to the condenser. The condenser in turn transfers accumulated heat throughout your house and to your domestic hot water supply.
Air to water heat-pumps do not require the same installation effort as other heating systems. For example, installing a ground source heat pump requires geothermal drilling, whereas air to water heat-pumps are simply connected to an indoor heating system via insulated pipes.
Air to water heat-pumps offer homeowners a number of benefits over other types of heating systems:
Air to water heat-pumps are a cost-effective and energy efficient heating solution for both modern and older homes. This form of heating system helps to lower energy costs while providing a cleaner and more sustainable form of heat.
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