Cold Point offers alternatives to oil and gas central heating systems in high rise buildings.
One solution is a heat pump that absorbs energy from its surroundings and then heats water both for domestic use and central heating at a cost that is eight times cheaper than oil and four times cheaper than gas.
Israel isn’t an especially cold or wet country.
That’s why, because we’re all used to the almost year round hot climate, those few months of the year when it’s cold can be very unpleasant.
Using an air conditioner for heating is expensive, unhealthy and uncomfortable.
The air conditioner dries out the air, can give you a headache and isn’t really suitable for long term heating and that’s without considering the huge electricity bill.
Many people don‘t use an air conditioner and look for a better solution.
Cold Point heating offers a range of unique heating alternatives, uniquely and professionally designed to let you get through this winter and many winters to come in in a warm and comfortable environment.
Our solutions blend into your home and don’t cost you a fortune.
Central heating can includes a number of elements.
Some will choose under floor heating which provides comfortable and uniform heating throughout the home.
Others may choose a central heating system using gas or wood.
Others will install our patented Mazcham that transforms the air conditioner into an efficient and economical heating system by using heat pumps and other technologies.
Cold Point’s products end products from the United States that are known, not only for their superb heating qualities but also for their advanced, efficient technologies and their attractive designs. So, if you already need to heat your home, why not do it in style?
We invite you to take advantage of our wide range of unique, top quality and brilliant heating solutions.
Thermostats, heat pumps, protective sheaths and a huge range of products that will not only provide perfect heating for home or office but are also impressive and unique design elements in their own right.
When choosing heating solutions for the home we need to take into consideration a number of criteria.
The quality and type of heat is, by all accounts, the most important criteria.
But there are other, no less important considerations such as product safety, electricity consumption, purchase cost, operation and maintenance costs and others.
The answer depends on the user’s needs.
If the heating system is installed in a home, then we will need something entirely different from a system designed for a large office space.
In the home, the best choice is an under floor heating systems which provide comfortable and sustainable heat for many years without any safety issues or unsightly equipment around the house. In a large office, under floor heating is less used and central air conditioning systems that are adapted for heating, are the most common choice.
Whichever system you choose, we recommend arranging a consultation with us before the final decision so that we can assist you in reaching the most suitable decision for you.
Under floor heating systems are considered to be one of the most efficient heating systems of all those available.
An electric heater, a radiator, air conditioner or oil or gas heater directly heat the air in the home, under floor heating first neutralizes the central source of cold which is, of course, the floor.
Then through the floor, the system uniformly and consistently distributes heat throughout the home.
Since hot air rises, the fact that the source of heat is the floor, ensures optimum use of energy used for heating.
Obviously, any heating system can, eventually, heat the home to the desired temperature.
But not every system can do this at the same speed or at the same cost.
For example, an electric heater only uses electricity to provide heat and therefore requires a lot of electricity to create a sufficiently strong heat source.
On the other hand, an under floor heating system is based on hot water flowing through a system of pipes under the floor which in turn, distribute heat to wherever the temperature is lower that the water temperature.
In this way, there is a uniform distribution of heat throughout the home.
Purely in terms of installation, electric heaters or oil heaters are the simplest to install.
All that is needed is to place them somewhere in the home and turn them on.
But, the more efficient the heating system, both in terms of heating efficiency and optimum heat distribution across the home, installation becomes more complex.
An air conditioner requires some installation, gas heating requires the installation of water pipes throughout the home and under floor heating requires the installation of heating elements under the floor.
So, why install such a complex system when it is much simpler to use an electric heater?
The answer is simple – the more complex the installation, the better the system.
It is more efficient, provides more heat and in the long run, provides greater savings. An under floor heating system isn’t prone to the dangers of oil or electrical systems.
The under floor heating system doesn’t require that each room be heated separately and ensures a uniform temperature throughout the home.
The under floor heating system also fits in better with the homes design and decoration and, in fact, does its job completely in the background and totally out of sight.
Finally, there is the fuel used to produce the heat. In the case of an under floor heating system, this involves the absorption of energy from nature and the surrounding environment.
This is the cheapest source of energy. As you know, electricity transfers energy from the outside of the home to the inside.
This doesn’t involve burning any fuel and is, therefore, the cheapest of all energy creation systems.
Through an under floor heating system using a heat pump, you can heat your home as much as you want without worrying about energy costs, or at least not as much as you used to when using an electric heater or radiator, a gas heater or an oil heater.