Quick Quote

Hydrosol's Quick Quote Configurator for all-electric heating and cooling, supply and install quote
All-electric heating and cooling, supply and install quote

Click through to our Quick Quote Configurator for your all-electric heating and cooling, supply and install quote including:

Press ”Submit” and we’ll send your Quick Quote summary to you.

Alternately, contact us and we’ll provide an all-electric heating and cooling, supply and install quote for you. We can also make a referral to explore your solar power requirements in detail. These are complimentary services.

Provide us with your preferences, and building plans if you have them, including:

  • Hydronic underfloor heating and cooling
  • Hydronic radiator heating and cooling
  • Combination of hydronic underfloor and radiators
  • Combination of hydronic underfloor and air conditioning
  • Combination of hydronic radiators and air conditioning
  • All air conditioning
  • Domestic hot water
  • Pool or spa heating
  • Solar power
Hydrosol image of holistic all-electric heating and cooling systems integrated with solar power.
Contact Hydrosol for electric HVAC heating and cooling advice, installation, commissioning and support

We also offer a consulting service involving:

  • Review of your building plans and preferences
  • Review of your heat load
  • Discussion (phone, on-site or office)
  • Written recommendation / Indicative Quote
  • Contractor referral for Final Quote

This service offers more than a Quick Quote. It takes into account the thermal performance of your building and develops a solution for your heat load.

Think through your options at the design stage. This is the right time to do it.

If you choose gas heating, the boiler is typically oversized. Therefore, calculating your heat load is less important. However, with solar electric heating and cooling systems, thermal performance matters a lot.

On the power supply side, you have limited roof space for solar panels to generate power. Therefore, reduce your power demand as far as possible to stay under the curve of your power supply.

On the power demand side, reduce your heat load by improving the thermal performance of your house. Zone off rooms that are often unused. Install energy efficient heat pumps and air conditioners. Consider adding heat recovery ventilators for fresh, filtered air with less wasted heat energy from open windows.

Contact us to assist with your solar electric HVAC design. 

Our Partners & Affiliations