There’s a few things to know about selecting the right heat pump for your family. Below are some of the frequently asked questions we get about Heat Pumps. If you can’t find the answer here, please feel free to contact us. To read the answers to the FAQ’s just click on the + sign.
What is a Heat Pump?
How do Heat Pumps work?
Are Heat Pumps better than other forms of heating?
Heat pumps produce low density heat which is safe for children and the elderly, unlike fires or electric heaters. They are unmatched for convenience and ease of use (Remote Controlled). They don’t pollute our atmosphere as with products for combustion and they use ozone friendly refrigerants.
What is an inverter Heat Pump?
What size Heat Pump will I need for my home?
What factors will affect the size of Heat Pump I need?
Do Heat Pumps take up a lot of room?
What types of Heat Pump Systems are there?
Single-split system (one indoor unit and one outdoor unit) suitable for an individual room
Multi-split system (multiple indoor units connected to one outdoor unit) suitable for multiple room situations.
Ducted systems. One outdoor unit connected to one or more concealed indoor units with the heat distributed via ducting tubes to individual rooms. Suitable for whole house solutions.
How much does it cost to run a Heat Pump?
Are Heat Pumps any good for allergy & asthma sufferers?
Catechin Filter: Dust, mold spores and micro-organisms are absorbed onto the filter by static electricity and growth is inhibited and deactivated by the polyphenol ingredient extracted from apples.
Ion Deodorizing Filter: The filter deodorizes by powerfully decomposing absorbed odours using the oxidizing and reducing effects of ions generated by the ultrafine particle ceramic.
Plasma Filter: High performance electronic air cleaner removes dust and odour, improving indoor air quality.