Saver? Comfort lover? Environmentalist? What type of user are you?
Now that you know all about the effectiveness and efficiency of the different cooling and heating options, you can choose the one that best suits your needs.
You may prefer to invest in a gas boiler and spend a little more to heat the house, but have a home that stays cosy on winter nights.
Maybe you are interested in long-term savings and, instead of investing it in the stock market, you would rather invest in future climate savings by installing an air-water aerothermal system. If you are concerned about greenhouse emissions here is how you could make your home fully electric.
Efficiency aside, each HVAC system has its advantages and drawbacks that will have a different impact depending on the individual. What may be a deal-breaker for some customers (for example: dividing up a sprawling home) will be practically irrelevant for others (those who live on a small property).
People who live on the Canary Islands need something entirely different from those living north of the Cantabrian mountain range. Other influential aspects are location and even the orientation of the house.