Winter is here and many Australians are looking for a viable solution to keeping their homes warm.
For many Australians this winter, reverse cycle air conditioning might be a cost-efficient solution, and here’s why.
Reverse cycle air conditioning, also known as a heat pump, is a low energy cost-effective replacement for electric heaters.
Heat pumps can both heat and cool your home by capturing heat from outside in a liquid called refrigerant. This heat energy be it cold or warm is then put into a condenser to create the warm air desired on a cold winter’s day or cool breeze on a hot summer’s day.
Heat pumps have a variety of pros worth considering when looking for something to keep you warm this winter.
Cons of choosing heat pumps may include and are not limited to:
The average heat pump is assumed to have an average electricity consumption costing 25c per hour. This is significantly cheaper in contrast to the 36c-43c an hour that it might cost to run an electric heater.
If safer and more affordable heating seems like a solution for the freezing cold this winter, a heat pump might be the right fix for you.
Our dedicated electricians can provide a stress-free heat pump installation that will last for many years to come. So if you would like to keep warm this winter without breaking the bank, contact us here.