Observatory Heat pumps for sale at Solar Guru
Get the best quality Observatory Heat pumps for sale at Solar Guru! We offer excellent Observatory Heat pump prices as well as professional and licensed heat pump installers. We provide residential heat pumps, and our Observatory Heat pumps are not only affordable but are built by the highest standards. See all the areas Solar Guru provides services of solar products in South Africa. Get in touch with our team today for all your heat pump requirements!
Observatory Heat pump prices
Solar Guru is proud to offer Observatory Heat pumps at the most competitive prices in South Africa. We do not only provide excellent Observatory Heat pump prices, but we also provide excellent and professional heat pump installation prices. Contact our friendly team at Solar Guru today for the best price on a heat pump fully installed at your home.
Observatory Heat pumps
Observatory Heat pumps are powered by engineers and experts in heating and cooling homes and pools by using renewable energy. Although, many people are using oil or gas-driven heat pumps that contribute to a larger carbon footprint on the earth. Solar Guru is proud to provide energy-sufficient Observatory Heat pumps that make use of renewable energy for house, geyser, and pool heating applications.
What is a Observatory Heat pump?
A Observatory Heat pump is an appliance working with two components that include: refrigeration and electricity to provide either heat or cooling for a home or office. A Observatory Heat pump functions by using a condenser unit which is usually placed outside the home that produces the heating or cooling and, a unit mounted to a wall inside the home that passes cool or hot air into the home. Observatory Heat pumps are very efficient by generating hot or cool air at a fraction of the cost. Observatory Heat pumps can be combined with electrical geysers or solar geysers to warm the water effectively. Observatory Heat pumps make use of energy in the air, ground, and water to be converted into heat. Therefore, giving us an infinite amount of energy supply to heat our homes, geysers, pools, and much more. Observatory Heat pumps do save money on energy costs.
How does a Observatory Heat pump work?
A Observatory Heat pump works by transferring heat from one area to another by the means of a small amount of electricity and a refrigerant. For a Observatory Heat pump to produce heat, it extracts heat from the outside air, water, or from the ground. A Observatory Heat pump is installed outside, the condenser unit, where it can obtain the air to convert into heat. The energy in the air accounts for 70% of the energy produced to heat your home or swimming pool. In an example of heating a swimming pool, absorption of the heat in the air is done by the refrigerant gas that moves the heat to the water by using a coil inside the purpose-built tanks. If the water reaches the desired temperature, the Observatory Heat pump will automatically switch off to prevent water from getting too hot. For heating a home, the Observatory Heat pump moves outside air to the refrigeration coolant. The coolant is compressed which helps greatly to increase the temperature. The coolant is then transferred to the indoor unit of the Observatory Heat pump where air passes over the hot coolant, increasing its temperature to accommodate the thermostatic call for heat inside the home.
Observatory Heat pump electricity costs
Replacing fossil fuel heat pumps with electric Observatory Heat pumps can save you greatly on expenses in comparison. Observatory Heat pumps use a minimal amount of electricity and can even be integrated with a correctly sized solar system to provide electricity to a heat pump. A standard heat pump can use about R1000 per month on your electricity bill if not integrated with solar power. Heat pumps using fossil fuels can use on average about 3028 Litres of fossil fuels to generate heat. This will cost about R57500 per year or R4700 per month. Although Observatory Heat pumps are energy sufficient and do not use a great amount of electricity to produce heat, to save 100% on Observatory Heat pumps, we recommend installing a solar power system to accommodate for even more saving by using energy-efficient Observatory Heat pumps.
Observatory Heat pumps and solar energy
Solar energy can be generated throughout the day by solar panels on your roof that in turn provides electrical power to your home. At night-time, solar batteries provide backup power or the solar system can fall back on Eskom to provide electricity. However, Observatory Heat pumps require electricity to function and adding solar energy to the system directly, you can heat your pool or home by saving on average up to 50% on your Observatory Heat pump electrical costs and up to 100% on the heat pump consumption costs, depending on how sufficient your solar system is. Heat pumps are an excellent solution to integrate with electrical or solar geysers in South Africa.
Do Observatory heat pumps work during cold days?
Observatory Heat pumps work great, even during the coldest months in South Africa. It must be extremely cold for a Observatory Heat pump to malfunction, and this happens seldomly. There are various versions of Observatory Heat pumps with different specifications to work in cold weather. Solar Guru is a Observatory Heat pump supplier, and our heat pumps are rested and proven to work in all weather conditions in South Africa.
How long does a heat pump last?
Heat pumps can last for many years if proper maintenance and care have been given to the system. Heat pumps work, on average, 10 to 20 years commonly in Western Cape.
Can a heat pump heat a whole house?
Yes, if a heat pump has been correctly installed as a central heating system in a Observatory home, heat pumps are more than able to provide a home with warm air.
Why invest in a Observatory heat pump?
- A Observatory heat pump lowers running costs compared to electrical heaters around Cape Town in Western Cape.
- A heat pump requires less maintenance to function saving money in Observatory.
- It is very safe to have a heat pump installed at your Observatory home.
- A heat pump drastically reduces carbon emissions around Western Cape.
- Heat pumps do also provide cooling in summertime in Cape Town.
- Heat pumps can last for years and offer a great lifespan in the Western Cape atmosphere.