If you’re thinking of converting your home’s energy source to a greener source, you’re not alone. A lot of households all over the world are thinking of doing the same thing, not only because they’re concerned about the environment, but also because doing so would immunize them from the rising costs of petroleum and electricity. But what should you be looking for in a heat pump supplier?
Not all households would be compatible with air source heat pumps, and not all would be compatible with ground source heat pumps. You should choose a supplier which could provide both heat pump variant, and their heat pump models should all be efficient. Danfoss and Nibe are leading brands in the heat pump field. A company called Thermasys supply these brands across the UK.
Look for a certification from your country’s government that the supplier is accredited in the industry. This will help you ensure that you will get only top quality products. You won’t have to fear paying money for sloppy installation either. Look for a supplier that can offer at least 10 years service warranty.
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Not all heat pumps are made equally, in the same way that not all heating suppliers can provide the same level of service. You should be looking for both high quality heat pumps and a high level of service. Look for a heat pump supplier who would gladly inspect your home for compatibility for free. They should also not hesitate to provide support should anything happen to your heat pump once it’s installed. Some mechanically-trained clients claim that it’s easy to install heat pumps but you really should not attempt no matter how detailed the manual is. Choose a supplier that can install your pump for you efficiently as well.
Have you ever purchased a heat pump? What was your experience with it?