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Heat pumps

Replace or enhance your existing central heating system with heat pump technology to heat, cool and provide hot water for your home the sustainable way

How Daikin can benefit you

Discover the perfect system for heating your home using renewable energy

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Enjoy major savings on running costs, no matter what the season

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Rely on efficient heating, cooling and hot water, all year round

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Ideal for homes of all shapes and sizes, whether new build or older

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Discover our most popular models

An air-to-water low-temperature heat pump designed to meet the needs of your newly built home
An air-to-water low-temperature heat pump designed to meet the needs of your new-build home
An air-to-water low-temperature monobloc heat pump that meets the needs of your newly built home
Air-to-water high-temperature heat pump designed to be the perfect heating system replacement in older homes
This wall-mounted, air-to-water high-temperature heat pump offers efficient replacement of your existing boiler using renewable energy
Air-to-water mid-temperature heat pump designed to upgrade your existing heating system, or for large, new-build homes
Air-to-water mid-temperature heat pump designed to upgrade your existing heating system

Daikin Emura

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Daikin Emura is an icon in contemporary climate control, designed to please the eye


Available Colors
Award-winning, stylish and compact air-to-air heat pump in four colours
Our high-performance wall-mounted solution heats, cools and purifies the air in your home
Enjoy a more comfortable home with the advanced heating, cooling and air purification features in our floor-standing unit
Complete climate control: (de)humidification, air purification and fresh air with highly efficient heating and cooling
A discreet wall-mounted air-to-air heat pump unit that combines efficiency with comfort
Our compact, concealed ceiling unit - you'll hardly know it's there
Upgrade your existing gas boiler with an energy-efficient hybrid heat pump
This hybrid heat pump is ideal for boiler replacement in any home, connecting seamlessly to existing gas pipes for easy installation.
Daikin domestic hot water heat pumps are specifically designed to meet a home’s hot water needs, using renewable energy

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Power your home with renewable energy

The perfect renewable heating, cooling and hot water solution, with a variety of options to provide the most efficient energy system for your home and your needs

Outdoor and indoor unit of a heat pump system

More information

You can get advice on which type of heat pump is best suited to your home from a Daikin installer, one of our Sustainable Home Centres or using our Heat Pump Calculator.

The typical lifespan of a heat pump is generally between 15 and 20 years, though this depends on a number of factors. For example, maintenance. Although heat pumps are a low-maintenance solution, an annual check-up by your installer or service partner will help maximise its lifespan.

Yes, heat pumps can connect to either old or new radiators.

If you already have radiators in your home, high-temperature heat pumps or hybrid heat pumps (if you’re replacing a gas boiler) can easily connect to them and use existing piping without the need to replace the radiators or carrying out additional works.

Yes, heat pumps can be used for cooling, but this depends on the type of emitters you have.

For example, the ideal emitter for cooling with low- or high-temperature heat pumps is a heat pump convector (also known as a fan coil unit). This works similarly to a traditional radiator with the added benefit that it can both heat and cool a room.

Some hybrid heat pumps can connect to air-to-air heat pump (also known as air conditioners), which are another popular heating and cooling solution.

A Daikin heat pump installer will manage everything related to ordering, delivery and installation of your heat pump. Find an installer here

The simplest answer is, it depends. Installing a heat pump is more than just the placement of an indoor and an outdoor unit, therefore there is no definite timeframe when it comes to the amount of time it will take to install a heat pump as it will depend on a number of different factors such as:

  • Type of home: The first thing that will be taken into account is the type of home a heat pump will be installed in. Is it a new-build or an existing home? With new-build homes, the planning needs to be taken into account with all other building currently taking place. With existing homes, things such as whether existing emitters will be used or will be replaced with new ones will play a part in the time needed.
  • Type of heat pump: Since there is a variety of different heat pumps, each one also has its own time requirement for the installation.
  • Additional works: Whether you are installing a heat pump in an existing or new-build home, there may be additional works that need to take place in order to ensure that you’re getting the most out of your new system. This could include the installation or replacement of emitters (such as radiators), optimising your insulation etc.

The price of installing a heat pump varies depending on the type of heat pump you choose and the country you live in.

Other factors that can affect the price are renovation or additional building works (such as insulation) that need to carried out, plus your installer. Different installers will have different prices according to their expertise and experience.

We advice you to consult your chosen Daikin installer, or your government's website, for more information. Find out more about the different incentives on offer, and how to make your eco-friendly home even more affordable. 

Most heat pumps usually come with an indoor and an outdoor unit. Each unit produces sound when in operation, this sound is generally measured in dBA and these levels range from a scale of 0 dBA to 140 dBA.

When looking at sound levels you will also see specifications given for sound power level and sound pressure level.

Sound power level is the sound level measured directly at the source.

Sound pressure level is the sound level measured at a specified distance (usually 1.5 - 2 metres) from the source.

The indoor units of Daikin heat pumps generally produce a sound pressure level of about 30dBA, which is comparable to the sound of a person whispering.

Outdoor units, since they come in a bigger variety of sizes, range in sound pressure levels between 40dBA and 62 dBA, which are comparable to the sounds of birds a chirping and people having a conversation respectively.

Heat pumps are not very demanding. We advise scheduling an annual maintenance appointment with your installer or service provider to make sure your pump keeps working as efficiently as possible. A typical service would include a number of standard checks, as well as a thorough cleaning of the unit and filters.