A low-energy building is any type of building that uses less energy than a conventional one. The first step in sustainable, low-energy building is integrated planning. This takes the entire life cycle of a building into consideration from the very beginning.
The right heat pump can cover a wide range of applications in a single system, from heating and hot water to cooling and pool heating. This avoids investing in and maintaining multiple systems. With many countries now making energy efficiency a standard requirement for new builds, choosing a future-proof energy source has never been more important.
Heat pumps also work in harmony with current trends like Thermally Active Building Systems (TABS). These systems integrate indoor climate management into the fabric of the building, minimizing the need for conventional technologies.