Sea heating is an alternative to rock heating and geothermal heating, which is less common, but which basically works in the same way.
Advantages of sea heat Sea heat pump
- Meets the entire house's heating and hot water needs.
- Provides great financial savings.
- The same technology, but lower investment than rock heating.
- Perfect for replacing an old boiler or for new construction.
- Comfortable, environmentally friendly and maintenance-free.
- Can be combined with exhaust air heating for even better effect.
Sea heating Sea heat pump - disadvantages:
Requires lake plot: To be able to install sea heating, your house needs to be in the right place. You need a plot of land adjacent to a lake or stream. The lake also needs to be large enough to be able to deliver the energy required. If you are unsure - ask your local installer for help.
Large investment: Heat pump, excavation, immersion of heat loop and installation together become a substantial investment. However, the savings will be so great that most people get more money in their wallet from day one, even if you borrowed money for the installation.
Requires permission: To install sea heating, a permit from the municipality is required. It is usually a formality, which your installer will help you arrange.