The air-to-water heat pump has become a great favorite of Finns. The device is efficient, inexpensive and quick to install, and it reliably takes care of both the heating of the house and the production of hot water. An air-to-water heat pump saves the environment and euros by cutting up to 60 percent of the heating bill compared to electric or oil heating.
The Turku-based family chose a modern ground source heat pump for their detached house, which always runs at optimum efficiency. This helps to save electricity and prolongs the technical life of the pump.
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.