Heat Pump Hot Water System
WHY SELECT A HEAT PUMP HOT WATER REPLACEMENT?
Heat pump hot water systems are an immensely energy-saving substitute for distinct hot water heating systems hitting the market. Heat pump systems extract heat from the air outside just as solar panels extract energy from the sun. Similarly, they are even considered as an optimum alternative to solar hot water systems particularly for those without roof access. A heat pump hot water system can operate at temperatures below 0°Celsius even when it is cold outside. Moreover, you may choose the heat pump system based on its affordability. Heat pump hot water systems are extremely cost-effective in the long term.
If you are planning to upgrade the heat pump system from an electric hot water system. It can be easily managed as both share similar connections.
WHAT IS A HEAT PUMP HOT WATER REPLACEMENT?
Heat pumps are modern technology in hot water systems. They utilize similar technology as your household refrigerator. Rather than generating cold energy however, heat pumps generate warm water for your home or office. Heat pumps are immensely optimal systems which are categorized similarly as solar-powered water heaters. Instead of extracting energy from the sun, the heat pump extracts heat from the environment and transfers it to heat your water stored in the hot water tank. A heat pump hot water system utilizes approximately one-third lesser power relatively as a standard electric water heater. Although they tend to operate effectively during summers but few designs are created to operate efficiently in cold weather even with below zero degrees temperature.