Category: Heat Pump Hydronic Systems

Underfloor heating and cooling suspended floors

You can enjoy underfloor heating and cooling if you are renovating or building with suspended floors. Use a heat pump as the heat source to have reverse cycle cooling in summer as well. This will absorb heat from your home and expel it outside in reverse cycle mode. You can apply most types of floor coverings over your underfloor heating circuits including tiles timber boards and loose weave carpet.

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Thermal Battery

Heat pump thermal battery maximises your solar power

Consider adding a larger heat pump buffer tank or thermal battery to increase the internal mass of your home for greater thermal storage. This will help moderate the extremes of your indoor temperatures, reduce your power consumption for heating and cooling and maximise your solar power during the day.

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energy efficient home case study

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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Energy Efficient Home Case Study

Case study of a period home, renovated and extended with energy efficient heat pump and a/c systems installed. Hydronic systems included underfloor in-screed circuits, radiators, hydronic towel rail and space saving fan coil convectors, with ceiling fans.

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