Heat Pumps are an excellent choice for those who want to maintain a comfortable temperature in their home year-round. They can cool the room in summer and heat it in winter, making them a very versatile option. It is crucial to choose the correct size heat pump for your property in order to ensure a well-working and efficient system. Here is why:
If your heat pump is too small, it will not be able to effectively cool or heat large spaces. Overworking can cause the system to experience more wear and tear and therefore encounter more issues over time. It is important to choose the right size heat pump for your needs to avoid these issues.
When installing a system, it is important to consider the size of your property. Installing a system that is too large for your property is a waste of money. You will be paying for something you don’t require, and the running costs of higher-powered systems can cost more.
It is essential to select the right model because the size of the model in relation to the size of the space you’re trying to control affects efficiency and costs.
The size of a heat pump is not dictated by physical size but by the output wattage. Heat pumps can be small, medium, or large, depending on how many watts that heat pump is able to produce. if you're not sure which heating system would work best for you, the experts at Heat Pumps NOW can advise you on your options and make sure you get the most bang for your buck with your heat pump installation in Wellington. We will even personalise the heat pump to match the specific needs of your home.
Here are some questions to ask yourself before contacting us. These questions will help us to advise you on which heat pump system is best for you.
Consider the following:
Which is more important for your home: heating or cooling?
Where do you live in Wellington, and what is the temperature variation in your home throughout the year?
How many rooms do you need to be able to heat/cool?
How big is your property?
What is the height of the ceilings?
Once you have taken these things into account, get in touch with us today to start working on a plan to add a heat pump to your home.