Environmentally Friendly Heating Systems
The technologies that use renewable energy sources like biomass, water, soil, air and sun to generate heat have become highly efficient and easy to use. Wood pellet heating systems, heat pumps and solar energy systems are available for anyone who wants to be independent of fluctuating gas and oil prices.
During fall and spring geothermal energy and solar energy systems can be sufficient for heating and hot water for the shower. In well insulated, air-tight houses a geothermal heat pump can provide sufficient heat for the entire winter.
Heat from a heat pump is not produced by the burning of fuel, but by the compression of a cooling agent. This compression produces the required temperature of the heating system. Read More
Pellet stoves are modern and environmentally friendly heating systems. They work similar to gas and oil heaters, but instead of fossil fuels they burn wood, a renewable resource. Read More
Solar thermal energy is easily explained: everyone who has used a hose in the summer knows that principle. The hose lies in the full sun, the water in the hose heats up and after a short period of time, becomes hot. Read More
Cogeneration systems produce both heat and electrical energy and are based on the principle of combining electrical power generation with the production of usable heat. Read More
Heating panels are often covered with clay plaster, since clay supports the positive properties of heating panels in an ideal way. Read More