Heat Pump

Another common air-conditioning system in our country in recent years is Heat Pump. In general, the system that is based on the logic of moving heat energy from one place to another conveys the heat to the structures and places intended to be heated in winter and eliminates it from places intended to be cooled in summer. The external environment, to which heat is transferred in winter, and from which heat is supplied, is air, soil, or a water source. In general, heat pumps use air for this purpose in our country. Heat pump not only reduces heating and cooling costs by 50% but also provides cheaper and cleaner energy compared to fossil fuels.