Short payback period and increase in value
In terms of costs and consumption, there is no modernisation measure in or on a house that pays off faster – in some cases after just six years. So the sooner you invest in a new, more efficient heating system, the sooner you will start saving. In addition, you can increase the value of your property by modernising – in view of rising energy costs, many buyers are looking more closely at service charges. What's more, this data is recorded in the energy performance certificate when a property is rented, leased or sold. This is obligatory in these cases and for many a good forecast of future consumption, and therefore an important decision-making aid when buying a property.
The time factor plays a role
Who wants to have to replace their heating system in the depths of winter? Nobody. However, if it fails completely, quick action is required. In such cases, there is hardly any time for detailed planning of the new heating system. It is therefore advisable to think about modernising the heating system earlier on. Planning and preparation are essential. Plenty of time should be allowed for these stages, because all kinds of questions need to be clarified in advance.
Modern heat generators conserve natural energy resources
Climate protection and the futureproof supply of affordable energy are two of the greatest challenges of our time. By utilising advanced heating equipment, every householder can make an active contribution. After all, replacing outdated systems with modern heat generators conserves natural energy resources and reduces emissions. Modernising a heating system can save an average of one tonne of CO₂ per year. By modernising your heating system, you also bring the energy transition right into your home. Become proactive by opting for efficient and clean energy and reduce the burden on the environment.