Heat pumps are devices that recover energy from the environment and transfer it to our heating systems. With the help of heat pumps we can heat the building, cool it and prepare domestic hot water. The wide range of solutions allows PCs to be used both in new buildings and those where a boiler room is planned to be replaced. They can be the only source of heat, but they work perfectly with other appliances. They are fully automatic and the built-in WIFI module allows remote control via an app installed on a smartphone. Attractive financing from a nationwide programme Clean Air and My Heat allows the cost of installing a heat pump to be significantly reduced and the free energy from photovoltaics enables the house to be heated completely free of charge.


How does a heat pump work?

A heat pump is a device that provides energy for heating or domestic hot water preparation. The principle of a heat pump is similar to that of a refrigerator, but instead of releasing heat to the outside, the outdoor unit draws in a stream of air, which is then compressed to achieve a temperature of approx. 60-70 degrees C of the heating medium. The air thus compressed, with its elevated temperature, travels to the heating system of your home. The heat pump is suitable for both new construction and modernisation projects. In combination with photovoltaics provides the opportunity to obtain free and ecological heating in your home. For more information on heat pumps - durability and safe operation can be found on our blog.

What does the efficiency of a heat pump depend on?

Heat pump efficiency is a key indicator to assess how efficiently an appliance converts electricity into heat. This means how much heat it can deliver to a building relative to the amount of electricity it consumes. The efficiency of a heat pump is often expressed in terms of parameters COP or SCOP. Understanding these ratios is crucial when choosing the right heat pump, as this will determine how much your electricity bills will be during each subsequent heating season. For more information on the parameters mentioned above, visit our blog - HERE.

When it comes to efficiency, the correct selection and installation of the heat pump is an important issue. Any error in the installation can reduce efficiency. Proper insulation and correct plumbing and electrical connections are essential. The right choice of heat pump makes it possible to provide heating comfort in all weather conditions in an environmentally friendly and cost-effective manner.

Heat pump + photovoltaic installation = a proven solution for your home!

The photovoltaic system produces electricity from the sun, the heat pump uses compressed air to heat water, while electricity is required to power the pump. By combining these two installations, you can keep your home maintenance expenses to a minimum. This is because the photovoltaic system produces electricity, which is then used by the heat pump. In addition to the high savings, you gain security against constant increases in the cost of home maintenance.

Split or monoblock?

From a technical point of view, the principle of operation of a split and monoblock air source heat pump is the same. The main difference is the positioning of the refrigeration components. In the type monobloc the entire refrigeration system (evaporator, compressor, condenser, expansion valve) is housed in one external unit. Pump split type has two units - an external unit, which houses the compressor, evaporator and expansion valve, and an internal unit, which houses the condenser. The two units are connected by gas pipes. In a monoblock heat pump, water is transported between the outdoor unit and the building. This is the biggest disadvantage of monobloc pumps, as in unfavourable circumstances water can freeze and damage the system. To counteract this, antifreeze valves should be used (for more information on antifreeze valves see HERE). On the other hand, the monobloc pump is easier to install (among other things, its installation does not require special FGAZ authorisation) and the units can achieve higher capacities.

Both monobloc and split pumps can be combined in cascades, i.e. arrangements of several units, to achieve installation capacities >100kW.

One of the things you should do when installing a heat pump in both a new and existing building is to flush the system. For more information on this topic, please visit HERE.

What do you gain by owning a heat pump?

Having a heat pump offers many benefits, both economically and environmentally. A heat pump is one of the most efficient heating systems available on the market. It uses heat energy from the environment, which means lower heating bills compared to traditional systems based on burning fossil fuels. Heat pumps do not emit fumes or greenhouse gases at the point of use. It is an environmentally friendly solution that helps reduce the impact on climate change. Heat pumps can be used for both space heating and cooling. They have a reversible function, which means that they can be used all year round.

A heat pump can be installed in both a new and retrofitted building. The installation of an air-to-water heat pump is almost non-invasive - no complicated earthworks, boreholes or access to groundwater are required. It can also be connected to an existing heating system, where the heat consumers are e.g. radiators (for information on which radiators to choose for the heat pump, see the following section). HERE).

Obligation to replace old heat sources - avoid a fine, invest in an environmentally friendly heat source!

Due to the poor state of the air during the winter season, the Pomeranian local government has taken concrete measures. The Sejmik of the Pomeranian Voivodeship adopted so-called anti-smog resolutions. It is the duty of all residents of the voivodeship to replace old sources of heat. Classless boilers, or so-called "kopciuchy", which do not meet any emission standards, must be replaced, and failure to comply with this obligation is punishable by a high penalty. By when must classless cookers be replaced?


- as of 1 September 2024 for installations which do not comply with the emission standards corresponding to class 3 in terms of dust emission limits in accordance with EN 303- 5:2012

- as of 1 September 2026 for installations not complying with the emission standards equivalent to class 3 and 4 in terms of dust emission limits according to PN-EN 303-5:2012

In the case of the city Sopot the deadline for replacing the boiler is different:

- as from 1 January 2024 year, only the following fuels are permitted in installations: solid biomass with a moisture content of less than 20 per cent, gaseous fuel, LPG, light fuel oil.

Not sure which heat source to choose? Which subsidy is worth taking advantage of?

Find out more in the article below! Be sure to check it out!

Advantages of a heat pump:


  • Lowest heating and hot water bills for home and business
  • Additional savings when combined with a photovoltaic installation
  • Opportunities to benefit from support tools such as subsidies under the Clean Air and My Heat programmes, as well as the thermo-modernisation allowance
  • Reduced expenditure on preparing a new building for heating - no need for connections, chimney, boiler room

Safety and convenience

  • Independence from the price of fossil fuels such as gas, coal and eco-pea
  • Eliminating the risks of suffocation or explosion
  • Maintenance-free - no need to order, transport, store or add fuel to the cooker
  • Possibility to use the cooling function


  • Energy saving through efficient heat pump technology - most of the energy is derived from the environment
  • Elimination of heating-related pollution generated in the home or business

We offer support in all formalities related to obtaining funding

Current subsidies for heat pumps:


My Current 5.0

Up to £19,400 for a heat pump


Clean air

up to 37 000 per heat pump

piggy bank

Thermal modernisation allowance

Tax refund to 32%

eco house

My warmth

up to £7,000 for a heat pump

You can find more information about funding on our website under - Funding.

Why use our services?

  • Proper selection of the heat pump - each time we conduct an audit at the customer's site, use professional software, discuss in detail with the customer the proposed solutions and possibilities
  • Attractive range of proposed solutions and manufacturers
  • Assistance with all formalities related to "CLEAN AIR", "MY HEAT" and thermo-modernization grants
  • Quick and trouble-free installation
  • Short lead times
  • Constant contact with the client, advice and support at every stage of the project
  • Possibility of a one-stop shop - installation of heat pumps, photovoltaics, air conditioning, electric car chargers by one company
  • Investment financing possible - we cooperate with banks .... And leasing

At Sollab, the customer gets optimal solutions at attractive prices

Example prices for heat pump installations:

Air source heat pump GROSS (8% VAT) including installation from £ 29,900.

Heat pumps Pomerania - air pumps

Air-to-water heat pumps are one of the most commonly used solutions. In this case, the pump extracts energy from the air by means of a special outdoor unit consisting of an evaporator and a condenser. The evaporator is located outside the building and is responsible for extracting heat from the air, while the condenser converts the energy into heat that heats the water that is supplied to the building. There are also air-to-air heat pumps that extract heat from the outside and direct it directly into the interior.

The efficiency of an air source heat pump depends on the temperature outside: the lower the temperature, the more work the heat pump has to do and the more electricity it needs to provide the same amount of heat.

Heat pumps Pomerania - ground pumps

Ground source heat pumps are another type of device that extract heat from the soil. In this case, a special probe is buried in the ground and is responsible for capturing energy, which is then converted into hot water that is supplied to the building. These heat pumps are very efficient because the soil is a stable source of temperature, which allows them to maintain a high output throughout the year. The positive ground temperature is maintained even when outdoor temperatures drop below 0 degrees Celsius.

Ground source heat pumps are divided into two types:

  • with horizontal collector - the loops of antifreeze pipes are located shallowly below the ground surface, but over a large area,
  • with vertical collector: in order to place the pipes, it is necessary to drill up to several tens of metres into the ground.

An efficient investment for years - heat pumps Pomerania

In Poland, heat pumps are increasingly being used because of rising heating costs. It is worth remembering that an investment in a heat pump is an investment in the future, as it allows for significant savings in energy and operating costs and contributes to environmental protection. The heat pumps available in our range are very durable and reliable, allowing for long, trouble-free use.