Is it ecological?
Newly designed, gas powered, condensing boilers are built to be highly efficient while consuming minimum resources (gas) with the maximum heat output. This is achieved by:
- Minimising the energy necessary to re-heat returning water. Because hydronic heating systems are enclosed, well insulated and of the highest standard, returning water is still of high temperature. The boiler does not need much energy to re-heat it,
- Condensing boilers extract additional heat from the waste gases by condensing water vapour, which in result requires less gas to heat up the system to its default temperature.
Lowering energy consumption means less emissions, reducing your carbon footprint and making the system more environmentally friendly.
The use of electric powered heat pump for your hydronic heating provides the best option for our carbon footprint and allows us to be 100% neutral. Energy necessary to power a heat pump can be obtained from power suppliers offering 100% renewable energy. Heat pumps can alternatively be powered by energy produced from wind turbines or solar panels installed on your roof and connected to your home battery storage system.