What to consider when you are remodelling your home and installing a new heating or cooling solution.
The right solution for your home
Replacing an old gas or oil boiler with a Daikin unit is easy. Plus, there is no need to replace your entire system: our heat pumps and boilers are compatible with most original radiators and piping systems, for increased flexibility during renovations.
Reduce your environmental impact - and your energy bill
Looking for a sustainable solution that uses renewable energy sources, a hybrid system, or a more traditional solution? Whatever you need: Daikin offers a range of cooling, heating, and hot water systems that cut energy costs and benefit the environment.
Invest in the future
Remodelling your home is an investment in the future.
Our tip: think long-term when selecting a cooling and heating solution and find a system that will fit your home and lifestyle for many years to come.
The Perfect Fit
What is the optimal cooling and heating solution for your lifestyle?
Which energy source is best for your home?
Daikin offers a range of options to ensure the ideal fit.
Daikin Altherma high temperature air-to-water heat pump
Daikin’s Altherma high-temperature air-to-water heat pumps connect to the existing piping and radiators, making them perfect for replacing old gas boilers during renovations. They are powered by air (65%), electricity (35%), and solar energy (optional).
Air-to-air heat pumps
Powered by air (80%) and electricity (20%), Daikin’s air-to-air heat pumps for cooling and heating are ideal for new homes, Green Buildings, and as a replacement for old electrical systems.
Hybrid heat pumps
Hybrid heat pumps are powered by an optimal combination of air, electricity and gas depending on seasonal conditions and energy prices. They are ideal for replacing old gas boilers during renovations - for efficient and reliable cooling, heating, and hot water.
Gas condensing boilers
Daikin gas condensing boilers are the perfect heating and hot water solution to easily replace old gas boilers during renovations. They are powered by gas with optional solar power.