How big is the space to heat and cool?
Now, when we talk about the 'size' of the heat pump, we don't mean the physical size. We mean the heat pump's heating and cooling capacity. This is measured in kiloWatts or kW for short. The more kW a heat pump has, the greater capacity it has for heating and cooling.
For example, a small bedroom may only need a Mitsubishi Electric GL25 which is 3.2kW. A large, open plan kitchen and dining area might need a Mitsubishi Electric GL60 which is 6.8kW.
When you contact Heat Pumps NOW for a free, in-home assessment, we can talk you through what size heat pump you will need to fit the space.
How will my heat pump fit with the room?
Heat pumps can also be used to cover up renovations. Did you used to have a wall mounted or heater inset into the wall? A floor console heat pump can be used to cover up the space left by your old heater, while offering modern and energy efficient heating.
How do you use your home?
If you spend most of your day at work, and there is no one else at home, then a single heat pump to heat the living areas in the early mornings and evenings will do the job. We can recommend a heat pump with Wi-Fi connectivity, and a seven-day timer so you can set and forget the times you want your heat pump to turn on and off.
Are there people home most of the day? Do you have children going to sleep in different rooms? If you’re looking for options to heat your entire home, Heat Pumps NOW can help with that too. We can design a central heating ducted system to deliver a constant temperature around your whole house. Hidden from view, you can enjoy energy efficient heating and cooling into every room of your house without interfering with your home’s style.