How to Check if You're Naughty or Nice
Let’s face it, with expanding population growth Santa needs a better way to be making his list and checking it twice. Instead of carrying around a large book or folder, Heat Pumps NOW imagines Santa probably has a tablet or smart-phone that he backs up on cloud storage and can access remotely while on his sleigh. Wi-Fi around his home in the North Pole will help him make changes and notes all through the year.
We’re sure Santa is a safety and security conscious employer. He will want to monitor his toy factories and the elves working in them to keep them safe, and see if others are trying to gain unlawful access.
Santa can use Wi-Fi to monitor remote access cameras around his station on the North Pole, wherever he happens to be.
It’s a great way to make sure the elves are staying on track, and everything is as it should be when you’re flying around the world and can’t be there to check yourself.
Wi-Fi Connected Heat Pumps
Monitor All Heat Pump Areas
The North Pole complex is bound to be a large one, housing living quarters for Santa and Mrs Clause, the elves, reindeer stables, factory complexes, postal depots… the list goes on.
Wi-Fi compatible heat pumps allow Santa to monitor the temperatures in all the different locations from one place. Regardless if Santa is in his sleigh over New York, Christchurch, or Cairo, if the temperature falls in one area of his home at the North Pole, Santa can be alerted and boost the heat pumps to make it toasty again.
Adjust the Temperature From Wherever!
If all the elves and machinery are working overtime and it gets too hot, no worries! With the push of a button Santa can switch all the heat pumps, or just the ones in the affected areas to air conditioning mode.
It’s a long night travelling all the way around the world, so Santa needs to be completely focused. He can’t be worried about whether or not he left the heat pump on in the stables while they’re empty. With Wi-Fi connected heat pumps, Santa can see the status of each heat pump, and turn them off in any rooms that aren’t in use.
Similarly, half-an-hour before he arrives home he can switch the heat pump in his bedroom on and set it to his preferred temperature so it’s nice and toasty as soon as he gets there.