Heat Pumps Dublin

There are different types of heat pumps availible in Ireland including:- Air-to-Water heat pumps heat water which is then circulated around the home via radiators or an underfloor heating system. They can also be used to heat water in a storage tank for the bathroom or kitchen. Ground Source to water heat pumps, exhaust air-to-water, water-to-water Air-to-Air heat pumps. Air-to-Air heat pumps which typically use fans to circulate warm air around the home and are not used to heat water. Air Source Heat Pumps take energy from the air outside (even when it’s cold down to -20°C) and uses it to heat the home. You can also get heat pumps that do the same thing using the energy in the ground and in water, but Air Source Heat Pumps tend to be suitable for a wider range of properties. Air Source Heat Pumps are considered as a form of renewable energy as they take energy from the outside air and transfers this energy into the home, even though the pump itself is powered by electricity. Heat pumps are very efficient electrical devices in Ireland that convert energy from the outside of the home into useful heat in the home, in the same way a fridge extracts heat from its inside. They even work in Ireland’s cold winters. This extracted heat can then be used to heat the home and hot water. Air-to-Water Heat Pumps are very efficient, with typical Coefficient of Performance (COP) of about 4. Typically the additional cost of electricity used to run a heat pump is more than outweighed by the much lower use of gas or oil. This means that for every unit of electricity used in the Heat Pump gives out about four units of heat. They are especially suited to well insulated houses and are very economical to run. They are an extremely efficient alternative to fossil fuel-based heating systems.   For advice on the best Heat Pump solution for your home, contact our Dublin office today      

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