We implement reliable and efficient heating systems such as wall heating, underfloor heating and radiator-based heating. We offer such innovative solutions as:
Condensing boilers can be used in single-family houses and in larger buildings. Special construction of the heat exchanger and the chimney increases efficiency of the device. Heating installation using condensing boilers is powered by gas or fuel oil. Temperature can be regulated by a burner. The system quickly responds to temperature changes in the building and provides continuous heating.
Modern heating installations enable automatic control of temperature without the need of manual adjustments. Such a solution is particularly important in the winter, as temperatures at any time of day or night can be observed and set in accordance to individual requirements.
Now more than ever it is worth investing in renewable energy sources: a perfect solution are heat pumps with a ground heat exchanger or solar collectors. Underfloor heating based on a ground heat exchanger collects heat from the ground, so the type of soil and the level of groundwater are of great importance.
Another economical and convenient solution are pumps using the air as lower heat source. Pumps are installed outdoors or in utility rooms. The latest models of air-water type pumps obtain 100% of nominal power for central heating even when the temperature outdoors is 15°C.
The biggest savings can be achieved by installing heat pumps with a ground heat exchanger. In this type of system, it is important to examine the type of soil, the level of groundwater as well as the distribution and length of the collector of the ground heat exchanger, as heat is collected from the ground.
Auxiliary devices of the heating system – solar collectors
Solar collectors are increasingly popular and they are very effective in our climate. Their efficiency depends on location and angle of inclination of the roof. The best results can be achieved in the optimal location of the south roof surface. If the angle of inclination is 45°, smaller collectors can be used, thus reducing investment costs.
Flat roofs require the installation of a support frame, so the collectors can be used not only for domestic hot water but also central heating, both in traditional, radiator-based and wall heating. However, they require adjustments of a complex installation and the use of water storage tanks to store heat. For such purposes, we use vacuum collectors, which generate more energy in the winter, even with little sunlight.