Category: Heat Pump Water Heater

Heating and Cooling Systems Adding Value to your Home

Heating and Cooling Systems add Value to your Home

This BLOG discusses all-electric heating and cooling systems adding value to your home. It discusses mandatory energy ratings that have been in force in the UK and Europe for more than a decade, slowly catching on in Australia starting with the ACT. The justification for all-electric heating and cooling includes: a) lower running costs with solar power, b) adding value to your home and c) reducing Greenhouse emissions.

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Hydrosol image of underfloor hydronic circuits laid prior to the concrete screed layer with heat pump for heating and reverse cycle cooling.

Heat Pump Hydronic Heating

Heat pumps use water to transfer heat to your home in winter from the outside air and reverse this process in summer to keep your home cool. Water is 3300 times more capable of transferring heat than air so you don’t need large air ducts with heat pumps.

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Image of Hydrosol underfloor hydronic heating and cooling installation

Port Melbourne All-electric House Renovation, Heating, Cooling & Hot Water

This all-electric house renovation in Port Melbourne features heat pump underfloor hydronic heating and cooling of the ground floor and hydronic radiator heating of the first floor. Multi split air conditioning of the first floor was added along with separate heat pump hot water. Ceiling fans assist the summer cooling improving efficiency. This period house was transformed into an all-electric, efficient and comfortable home.

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Hydrosol image of Stiebel Eltron WWK model Heat Pump Water Heaters for energy efficient domestic hot water. Ideal for use with solar power during the day.

Heat Pump Water Heater

Heat Pump Water Heaters use about one quarter of the power of an electric element water heater. They are an ideal appliance to use with your solar power because you can time them to run during the day. They act like a battery storing thermal energy to use 24/7.

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