A METRO THERM heat pump is the right choice for a domestic heating solution that is both highly cost-effective and environmentally friendly. Heat pumps harness heat from the air and the ground, which is to say, from permanently renewable energy sources.

Many heat pumps are capable of heating your home even if the temperature drops below freezing. So, if you are looking for a sustainable solution with a typical payback time of less than ten years, a heat pump is the right choice for you.

At METRO THERM, we have more than 30 years of experience in the production of high-quality heat pumps, designed for the harsh Nordic climate. Moreover, all our heat pumps have an energy class rating of A to A+++. This is your guarantee for an energy-friendly and economical solution.

Heat pumps from METRO THERM

How does a heat pump work?

Heat pumps collect thermal energy directly from the ground or the outside air. The outdoor unit draws air in and then sends its energy through a compressor, which raises the temperature.

The heated air is then released, through the heat pump’s indoor unit, into the home as floor heating, radiator heating or warm-air ventilation.

In most cases, the settings of the heat pump are user-adjustable, but we strongly recommend that an authorised installer performs the initial installation, to ensure that the system functions optimally right from the start.

Did you know?

A heat pump from METRO THERM can produce as much as nine times the energy it uses. Look for high "COP values".

Heat pumps are practically silent

METRO THERM’s heat pumps are among the quietest on the market. The noise level from the outdoor unit is comparable with that of a modern refrigerator – neither you nor your neighbours will notice it. Even at full capacity, the heat pump is close to inaudible.

Did you know?

In addition to their low noise level, METRO THERM’s heat pumps are among the most reliable and durable on the market – as proved in the rigours of the Danish climate.

Heat pumps pay themselves off in just a few years

Depending on the solution you choose, a heat pump will pay itself off in less than ten years. With an expected service life of 20 to 25 years for the entire system, you can look forward to many, many years of almost free heating. The cost benefits of switching to a heat pump are undoubtedly highest when replacing an older, "dirty” solution such as an oil-fired burner, but large gains are also achievable by switching from more recent solutions such as wood pellet stoves.