Frequently Asked Questions

A heat pump is a device that takes heat from the external environment and transfers it to the indoor or domestic water. This process takes place by using electrical energy for heat transfer.

A heat pump extracts heat from this environment by using a low-temperature fluid (usually air, water, or soil) found in the external environment. Then, this received heat is compressed with the help of a compressor and transferred to the indoor or domestic water.

Heat pumps are used for various purposes, such as heating or cooling buildings, producing hot water, and being used in some industrial processes. They are also widely used in applications such as greenhouse heating, swimming pool heating and hot water supply.

Heat pumps provide significant energy savings compared to conventional heating and cooling systems. A heat pump can produce three to five units of heat energy with each unit of electrical energy, which means an efficiency of up to 300% to 500%.

The heat pump installation must usually be carried out by a licensed HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) technician. Installation includes such steps as choosing the appropriate location, installing the device, electrical connections and system tests.

Heat pump maintenance includes steps such as regular filter replacement, cleaning of the outdoor unit, cleaning of the indoor unit, checking the coolant level, and system tests. Maintenance operations are important to increase the efficiency of the device and ensure its long service life.

Heat pumps usually work more efficiently in temperate climates, but with modern technology, they can also be effective at low temperatures. High-efficiency models can be used even in cold climates.

The advantages of using a heat pump include energy saving, environmental friendliness, flexibility, low operating costs, long service life and comfort.

Heat pumps are more efficient and environmentally friendly than traditional heating systems. In addition, heat pumps reduce dependence on fossil fuels such as natural gas or oil and provide lower operating costs in the long term.

Factors that should be considered when choosing a heat pump include the efficiency, capacity, suitability of the device, installation costs, maintenance requirements and warranty period.In addition, it is important to take advantage of the advice of a licensed HVAC professional.