Heat pump with integrated storage cylinder
Newly built detached house
But which type of heating system meets these requirements in a typical new building without a cellar and equally little space in the utility room? Stefanie is a physics and geography teacher so she realises straight away that their only option is an air-to-water heat pump heating system. The alternative choice of biomass heating is worse for the environment and fuel storage would simply take up much too much room.
Stefanie has suffered from allergies all her life. So she is looking forward to controlled mechanical ventilation that always supplies the perfect amount of fresh air while keeping pollen, other allergens and pollutants outside. Stefanie also knows that ventilation with heat recovery reduces energy consumption and saves money in the long run.
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Good for the climate, good for your budget
In combining a heat pump with a home ventilation system, Stefanie and Andreas are confident that they are investing in an efficient and, therefore, economical heating system for their family home. Furthermore, it will ensure that their indoor climate is well-balanced and pleasant.
The family also definitely want to use solar power in the future once they can afford it. They are intending to purchase a photovoltaic system as they are easy to retrofit. They will also be able to use the solar electricity to run their heat pump heating system which will reduce the power consumption of their home and so improve the cost-effectiveness of the photovoltaic system. Their goal of climate-neutrality is achieved.