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Domestic hot water heat pump installation

Enjoy efficient and sustainable hot water with a heat pump system.

Sustainable warmth: domestic hot water heat pumps installation

Looking for an eco-friendly and efficient way to heat your water? Look no further than domestic hot water heat pumps! These innovative systems utilize renewable energy to heat your water, significantly reducing your carbon footprint and energy bills. Not only are they kind to the environment, but they also offer year-round reliability, sleek designs, and smart home connectivity, making them a perfect fit for modern homes. Let's explore the world of domestic hot water heat pumps and discover how they can bring sustainable warmth and comfort to your home.

Reap the rewards: top benefits of domestic hot water heat pumps

Eco-friendly operation

Sustainable savings: embrace renewable energy

Energy efficient technology

Long-lasting efficiency: enjoy lower energy bills

All-season performance

Year-round reliability: consistent comfort all seasons

Smart home conectivity

Smart home integration: seamless control at your fingertips

Certifications & accreditations

qualified reliable experts 

qualified reliable experts 

qualified reliable experts 

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  • Space-Saving Design: Combines heating and storage in a single unit.
  • Energy Efficient: Heat pump technology uses less energy than traditional models.
  • Sustainable Choice: Environmentally friendly operation reduces your carbon footprint.
  • Consistent Hot Water: Enjoy reliable hot water whenever you need it.
  • Easy Installation: Simplifies the water heater replacement process.
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Domestic hot water FAQs

Can I use my existing radiators with a heat pump?

Absolutely! High-temperature heat pumps or hybrid heat pumps (if you’re replacing a gas boiler) can connect to your current radiators, utilizing existing piping without additional work or replacing the radiators themselves.

How long do heat pumps typically last?

The lifespan of a heat pump is generally 15-20 years, but this can vary depending on several factors, including maintenance. While they are low-maintenance, an annual check-up by a qualified professional is recommended to maximise their lifespan.

Can heat pumps also cool my home?

Yes, but it depends on the type of emitters you have. Low- or high-temperature heat pumps work best with heat pump convectors (fan coil units) that can both heat and cool a room, similar to traditional radiators. Additionally, some hybrid heat pumps can connect to air-to-air heat pumps (air conditioners) for combined heating and cooling solutions.

What do the sound levels of heat pumps mean?

Heat pumps typically have both indoor and outdoor units, each generating sound measured in decibels (dBA) on a scale of 0-140. You might also see sound power level and sound pressure level specifications.

  • Sound power level: This directly measures the sound level at the source.
  • Sound pressure level: This measures the sound level at a specific distance (usually 1.5-2 meters) from the source.

Daikin heat pumps’ indoor units typically have a sound pressure level of around 30 dBA, comparable to a whisper. Outdoor units, being larger, have varying sound pressure levels between 40-62 dBA, similar to birds chirping or people conversing.

How often does a heat pump need maintenance?

Heat pumps are relatively low-maintenance. However, scheduling an annual maintenance appointment with a qualified professional is recommended to ensure optimal efficiency. This typically includes standard checks, thorough cleaning of the unit and filters, and maintaining peak performance.