Hot Water Heat Pumps

Hot water heat pumps are growing in popularity as they are without a doubt the most energy efficient way to heat hot water. Choosing the right hot water system can be tricky, at Climate Plus we’re experts in hot water heat pumps and all the other various systems. 

At Climate Plus we supply and install hot water heat pumps in Canberra and the surrounding region. So how does a heat pump work? Hot water Heat pumps use air conditioning technology to extract heat from the air, making heating your hot water far more efficient, cutting your bills and linking with your rooftop solar array! 

You might be asking yourself, are hot water heat pumps worth it? Well, we think absolutely. With far lower running costs than traditional hot water systems, now is the time to get a free quote for a hot water heat pump Canberra. 

Hot water systems in Canberra are particularly important due to our brutal winters. When you need hot water installation in Canberra, Climate Plus have got you covered. We can help you choose the right hot water system and cover the process from start to finish. 

Bonus $250 Bunnings Voucher with every Reclaim Hot Water Heat Pump!

Secure a 10-year zero-interest loan of up to $15,000 on a new hot water heat pump with this ACT Government incentive. New hot water heat pumps are eligible products under the Sustainable Household Scheme.

With 10-years to pay off your hot water system you may find your installation under  the Sustainable Household Scheme will be a cash-flow positive investment.

Meaning your new hot water heat pump could in fact save you more than the repayments. Thanks to the sustainable household loan you can have the new hot water system you want, without breaking the bank. There has never been a better time to install a hot water heat pump in Canberra!

 

The Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System consists of a heat pump (compressor) and a storage tank (stainless steel or glass lined). 

Reclaim hot water systems use heat from the air surrounding it to use as energy to heat up pressurised refrigerant, the same as a reverse cycle split system or ducted air conditioner. 

Amazingly, the Reclaim heat pump  can supply more than 5 units of heat energy for every unit of electricity coming in – this is why these systems can cut your energy consumption significantly. 

Reclaim hot water heat pumps use a CO2 refrigerant which is ozone friendly and has awesome performance in the cold, meaning there is no boosting element. 

Better yet, your new Reclaim hot water system comes with a programmable external controller that has 5 pre-set timer systems allowing you to run your heat pump during your peak solar times and cut your bills even further.

Climate Plus are the team to install your new Reclaim hot water system in Canberra.

Do heat pump hot water systems work in Canberra?
There are a lot of questions about the best heat pump hot water system for Canberra’s cold climate

Many people call us and ask us, do heat pump hot water systems work in the cold? Our answer, is absolutely!

If you have a reverse cycle air conditioning system and it works to heat your home, then your hot water heat pump will work, they are the same technology. It’s true that heat pumps are more efficient when it’s warmer, which is why it’s important to remember that even in peak winter the day time temperature in Canberra is typically over 10 degrees, meaning your heat pump should be working during the day, every day.

Regardless of this, the Reclaim hot water systems that we install work very well in the cold. We’ve tested multiple brands over the course of a few Canberra winters and found that the Reclaim hot water heat pump and the Stiebel Eltron hot water heat pump stand up the best in Canberra’s winter!

The Reclaim Energy C02 Heat Pump Hot Water system will operate with no issues between -10 and 43 degrees, meaning it has no need for an electric element. They also have an inbuilt freeze protection, making them the perfect hot water system in Canberra.

Aside from the Reclaim line, Haier Hot Water Heat Pumps combine advanced technology with eco-friendly refrigerants to minimise carbon emissions. With innovative features like the Eco mode for solar compatibility, easy installation and ultra-quiet operation, Haier stands as a trusted choice for a greener and more cost-effective hot water solution. Backed by generous warranties and local expertise from Climate Plus, Haier is leading a revolution in smarter living for Canberra homes.

Work with the top experts in hot water heat pumps today

If you’re in need of a new heat pump for hot water in Canberra, request a quote online and let Climate Plus take care of you today.

Climate Plus is your go-to choice for heat pumps in Canberra. We specialise in supplying households in and around the area with top-notch energy-efficient heat pump hot water systems that harness air conditioning technology to extract heat from the air.

Our innovative hot water heat pumps are not only designed to significantly reduce your energy costs on their own but are also compatible with rooftop solar arrays for even more savings​​.

When you work with us, you are not only investing in a top-notch hot water heat pump but also teaming up with licensed professionals who have years of experience helping households in Canberra and neighbouring areas. This gives us the deep understanding of the local climate and property types required to provide high-quality solutions tailored to your unique needs.

Contact us to discuss your needs.

02 6185 5151

FAQs

Yes, investing in a heat pump hot water system is a good idea if you live in Canberra due to the city’s extreme climate. Something like our Reclaim Energy CO2 Heat Pump Hot Water System is a great way to ensure you have a reliable supply of hot water year-round.

The total investment would ultimately depend on your specific requirements and preferences. Please request a quote online or get in touch with us via 02 6185 5151 or office@climateplus.com.au so we can give you a detailed costing.

Yes, hot water heat pumps typically require a water tank to store the water it heats. This ensures you have a steady supply of hot water throughout the day. The size of the tank, however, depends on the specific needs of your household.