Residential heat pumps are very good at providing both heating and cooling to a home. Cost effective to run, a heat pump performs on average at the same rate as three electric fan heaters, but uses the energy of only one heater. Designed to heat a single room or large open space, many home owners and landlords are installing heat pumps over other forms of heating.
A heat pump consists of two parts; the indoor wall mounted heat pump unit and the outdoor condenser. Indoors, the unit is usually mounted high on a wall in the best position to heat the space. Behind the unit outside, there is a ducting and tubing system which leads to the condenser. This unit is positioned in an open area outdoors on a flat firm surface.
There are multiple advantages received by choosing to install a heat pump at home. They include:
While installing a residential heat pump costs more than a panel or gas heater, we and other heat pump users recognise the significant benefits it can provide.
Generally a home has one heat pump installed in the main living space. As an installer, we will visit your home, discuss what your best options are in terms of heat pump brands and types, sizes and functions, and provide you with a free quote.
We will be taking into consideration:
To arrange a time for us to visit and provide a quote to install a heat pump in your home, call Tony today on 0800 787 652 or through our contact page.
Posted: Wednesday 10 August 2022