Return on investment of heat pumps
is one of the many topics we address. According to popular opinion, a heat pump costs between 15 and 20 thousand euros, so the payback period is very long. But this is not the case. However, the cost of heat pumps is much lower than these staggering amounts, making them more affordable for the general population. Blue Boson heat pumps start from as little as 9,900 euros. And add in government subsidies.
Let’s assume a typical Czech family of four, brand new construction and heated roughly 150 sq m. The annual gas costs of this house will be approximately 1,200 euros, the annual electricity costs will be approximately 1,000euros. The greater the heat loss in an older house, the higher the energy demand for heating. This brings the annual cost of gas and electricity to 2,000euros, and up to 3,000euros for worse insulation, which is already a considerable burden on the family finances. The greater the heat loss of the house, the higher the energy consumption for heating.
These annual costs make it relatively easy to calculate the savings that a heat pump will bring. We can expect to cut these expenses in half when using a high quality brand name heat pump like Blue Boson. This solves the basic problem of repayment in general. It can be seen that the investment in a heat will be recouped the faster the lower the heat loss. This applies to newly built homes and older homes that have been reformed, based on average standard values such as an outside design temperature of -15°C, a room temperature of 20°C, underfloor heating and radiators for new builds. existing builds and the type of air-to-water heat pump.
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