Heat Pump System
Heat pump systems are revolutionising Australian homes by replacing their biggest draw on power.
By making the switch in your household, you’ll be removing the largest contributor to your utility bill. Old electric units also produce greenhouse emissions which is why Victorian homeowners get to upgrade for free.
Are you keen to learn more about a heat pump system and how it can save you money?
Here you’ll find everything you need to know about this revolutionary product, including how it works and its benefits.
Why Upgrade Your Hot Water System?
Here are a few advantages you can look forward to when you make the switch with us.
For starters, a hot water heat pump system is up to 75% more energy-efficient than standard electric and gas hot water heaters.
And since hot water is the largest contributor to your utility bill, upgrading to an eco-friendly unit reduces your usage.
The average Australian household could save up to $1,230 annually by selecting a heat pump system upgrade.
Not only do you save money, but these systems are far more environmentally friendly than their electric counterparts.
Since heat pump systems use the surrounding air, there are no harmful emissions, meaning a lower carbon footprint.
Approved By The Government
These units are part of the Victorian Energy Upgrades program and New South Wales Energy Saving Scheme.
As a result, you’re eligible for up to a 100% government rebate when installing a heat pump system.
Victorian residents can replace their units for free, while NSW customers need to pay $33 for the switch.
How Do Heat Pumps Work?
The overall process works similarly to air conditioning in the winter. The unit sucks heat from the outside air and blows it into a room.
Heat pump systems use quality fans to suck in ambient air and harness any heat energy contained within it.
The unit then converts the air into a liquid gas or refrigerant using an evaporator. It then heats up in a compressor as it’s exposed to high amounts of pressure.
These systems then pump the hot gas they’ve created into coils surrounding a water tank.
Once the water in a heat pump system reaches its desired temperature, the liquid air returns to the evaporator. It’s either released back into the atmosphere or reused when the process starts.
These hot water units have been designed specifically for Australian conditions. They can run in ambient temperatures ranging from -7–40℃ without a hitch.
Get Eco-Friendly Hot Water Today!
It’s hard to find any reason why you shouldn’t take your home to the next level and upgrade to a heat pump system.
These environmentally-friendly units are free for Victorian households under the VEU scheme, and only $33 for NSW households under the ESS scheme, and will save you money for years.
So what are you waiting for?
Book a free quote with ESES today, and let us plan your heat pump system upgrade. With over 30 years of experience, we know how to make the entire process quick and easy.