Save money and gas
with a heat pump

Heat your home sustainably with a heat pump from De Duurzame Jongens. Better for the environment and your wallet!


Ready to take advantage of the benefits of a heat pump? Then request a no-obligation consultation today.

Buying a heat pump

Heat pump systems are the energy supply of the future! This means replacing your gas-fired central heating boiler with an electric heat pump. And that (soon) you will no longer cook on gas, but electric. Step by step, all of the Netherlands will go off the gas. As an experienced installer, we are happy to help you make your home more sustainable.

At De Duurzame Jongens, you can choose between a hybrid or all electric heat pump. The difference is in how they provide heat to your home.

Hybrid heat pump

This system combines a heat pump with an existing heating source, usually a central heating boiler. It switches between the hybrid heat pump and the boiler based on outdoor temperature and energy efficiency. Ideal if you want to make the switch to full electric heating.

All electric heat pump

This system uses only electricity to heat and cool your home. It is efficient, environmentally friendly and makes you independent of fossil fuels. Perfect if you want to take full advantage of renewable energy.

Why a heat pump?

A heat pump is a sustainable and affordable alternative to traditional heating systems. You are less dependent and enjoy heat without the high costs.

A heat pump provides efficient heating for your home because it extracts heat from the outside air or ground and brings it inside. The result? Lower heating costs and still a comfortable living environment.

Heat pumps are environmentally friendly because they use renewable heat sources and emit little to no greenhouse gases. You are thus contributing to a greener future.

Some heat pumps also offer cooling in the summer, giving you year-round comfort regardless of the weather.

Take advantage of grant opportunities to make your heat pump investment affordable. In addition, you can borrow money at 0% interest.

Buying a heat pump from the De Duurzame Jongens

Free consultation!

Ready to take advantage of the benefits of a heat pump? Then request a no-obligation consultation today.

Frequently asked questions about heat pumps

On average, you will save 50% on your gas bill. Of course, this depends on your personal situation. We are happy to make a calculation based on your current gas consumption and insulation value, among other things. Then we can calculate your energy savings. Focused on now and the future. Contact us for advice.

That’s a question we often get. The most commonly chosen heat pump is the all electric (air/water) heat pump. Which type you need depends on your current gas usage, number of square feet of your home, insulation value and many other factors. Contact us for a free consultation with sustainability plan.

Purchasing a heat pump in conjunction with solar panels is always a good idea. Thus, you benefit from double the yield and can even produce 100% green power. On average, you need between 7 and 12 solar panels for a heat pump. Of course, this is an estimate and not the same for everyone. We will be happy to make a precise calculation for you. Contact us

Starting in 2026, a hybrid heat pump will be the standard for heating new homes. In 2022, the government announced that households would then no longer be allowed to buy a new central heating boiler. Heat pumps are also increasingly encouraged for existing homes, such as with financial benefits. Want to know more? Contact us .

Homeowners and business users can take advantage of the Investment Subsidy for Sustainable Energy and Energy Saving (ISDE) for taking saving and sustainable measures in their existing home or business premises. Exactly how much subsidy you get depends on a few factors. Before purchasing the heat pump, check your eligibility. In general, you can assume an amount between €1,000 and €3,000.