In the Vahanti family, an aged oil heating system was replaced with an air-to-water heat pump and radiators for circulating underfloor heating. The balance is almost 1,500 euros in annual savings in energy bills, a much smaller carbon footprint and a maintenance-free everyday life.
In January 2017, Janne Vahanti and Maria Nurmi, who live in Kalanti, Southwest Finland, were in a situation familiar to many single-family homes. The 120-square-foot house, built by Mary’s parents since the mid-1970s, was becoming the family’s number one home, but there was also quite a bit to renovate ahead: in practice, the house was in its original patterns, except for the wallpaper.
An easy and effortless option
Cooling remained on the wish list
Energy support also helps
Interested? See more about air-to-water heat pumps here.