What are heat pumps? In basic terms, they use renewable energy to heat water without the need for solar panels. It works like a reverse refrigerator by transferring heat from the air outside of the unit into the water stored within through a heat exchange system.
Heat pump hot water systems have a lot of benefits over traditional water heating systems. They’re incredibly cost efficient, they’re environmentally friendly, and they pay themselves back through energy savings. They’re a great investment if you’re looking for a new hot water system.
If you’re looking for a heat pump hot water system you’ve come to the right place. We stock a great range of heat pumps to suit your budget and needs. Not sure which tank size you need? No problem! Our technician will come to your home and asses which heat pump in perfect for your home. With 4000+ 5 star reviews, and a lifetime warranty on all labour, Service Today are the #1 choice for hot water systems. For a limited time we are also offering $100 off when you trade in your old hot water system! On top of this, if you book online we’ll take another $50 off! Our licensed plumbers are available 24/7 and provide a fast, friendly and reliable service you can depend on.
The Rheem MPi Series Heat Pump is made to withstand moderate to warm climates and is a great choice for families of 2-5 people. With its backup element and frost protection, the MPi325 can deliver up to 60ºC hot water on even the coldest nights.
The HDi-310 Heat Pump minimises wait time with its revolutionary Top-Down Heating design. By delivering a concentrated volume of hot water in the top of the tank, you and your family never have to wait for the water to heat up.
The Enviroflo Heat Pump 215L is an easy integration water heater, utilising the same fittings as your standard electric hot water system and with no need for solar panels, this unit makes upgrading easy. A great home addition for a family of 2-4 people.
The Enviroflo Heat Pump 215L boasts the same seamless integration as the 215L but with a larger tank, making it optimum for a larger family of 3-6 people. The Enviroflo range also helps minimise greenhouse gas emissions by pulling the heat directly from the air, making it a great sustainable choice.
The Thermann X Hybrid 220L is German-engineered to suit the Australian climate. This unit comes with an inbuilt manual boost element and is Solar PV ready making it the smart choice for families of 2-4 people.
The Thermann X Hybrid 300L has all the great qualities of the 220L but with a larger tank to suit a bigger family of 3-6 people. Both units come with a removable casing to make servicing and upkeep easy even in small spaces.
The Stiebel Eltron is small but mighty, boasting a 302L tank that is perfect for families of 3-6 people. This German-engineered unit was made to suit Australian conditions and can deliver hot water to multiple taps quickly.
Sometimes when a water heater gets old, it starts to rust from the inside. If you have noticed that your hot water is no longer clear, we recommend you call Service Today and have your hot water system inspected – before it becomes a much bigger problem.
Hot water systems come in various heating options including electric, solar, gas and electric heat pump.
There are various considerations you should make when selecting the hot water system to suit your needs such as:
How many people live in your home?
How much hot water does your household use and when during the day?
Getting the right hot water system to suit your needs is important, if your storage heater is too small you potentially will run out of water and will have to wait. However, on the other hand, if your storage system is too big for your requirements, the system will need to maintain the water’s temperature even when not in use, costing you a pretty penny. Never fear though, Service Today can help you select the right hot water system for your needs.
There are many signs that can indicate that your hot water system requires a replacement, repair or service, these include:
Any type of rust or sediment in your water.
Fluctuating water temperature.
A leak around your hot water system.
When the pilot light goes out too often or is not working at all.
Low or fluctuating water pressure.
Hot water runs out often.
Unusual banging or not normal sounds coming from your hot water system.
You have no hot water available.
If you are experiencing any of these issues contact our friendly team, so we can get you back into those cosy warm showers as soon as possible.