Vaillant is one of the largest brands in the heating industry
and while it is typically associated with a gas furnace, it is also one of the brands leading the way in renewable energy. This push to renewable energy is underpinned by the aroTHERM air source heat pump being the most advanced one.
The aroTHERM Air-to-water Heat Pump is a great choice for homeowners looking to solve their heating solutions and reduce their footprint, and it also helps that this heat pump can help you save money.
One of the many reasons you need to consider a heat pump from Vaillant is that its products are 300% efficient which means that for every 1 kilowatt of energy the air source heat pump uses, it produces 3 kilowatts of energy, therefore this efficiency can help you reduce your monthly energy bills.
A feature of most Vaillant heat pumps is the hybrid heating solution, the first step towards a greener renewable energy future and if you think about it; you get the best of both worlds. It combines the familiarity of a gas boiler with the innovative technology of an air source heat pump.
Every heat pump from Vaillant has the Quiet Mark, which means that they perform without disturbing the ambience of your home. It is one thing to have appliances that work effectively; it is another to have peace sacrificed on the altar of energy efficiency, so their flagship aroTHERM heat pump has the Quiet Mark award for achieving this.
Much has been said about reducing your carbon footprint, but this Vaillant heat pump effectively reduces a household’s emissions by 50% and as a result, relying on air to get hot water and heat your home instead of oil and gas can significantly reduce both your energy bills and global warming potential.
How much does a Vaillant heat pump cost?
To purchase and install a Vaillant air source heat pump, you can expect to spend anything from £6,000 to £12,000 , nevertheless, you should note that the price you pay at the beginning will be taken care of down the line, especially considering the years of potential savings. Furthermore, you should note that the price depends on the heat pump model you select and the installation cost. If the installation process is complicated, that can also drive costs up.