Plumbing Installations / Heat Pumps


Plumbing Installation/inspections


It recently became regulation that all properties, when sold, must undergo a comprehensive plumbing inspection!


These inspections serve some very important purposes:

  • Water, especially clean drinking water, is a rare resource and leak detection and repairs can help reduce water waste, repairing leaks can also prevent possible damage to property.

  • These inspections also protect the new owner of the property from latent defects and possible subsequent repairs.

  • Metering accuracy is also checked to ensure that the new owner of the property is billed correctly.

  • Health and safety may not be something that comes to mind with a plumbing inspection, but the separation between storm water and our sewage system is essential to prevent the spread of related disease.

Heatpumps


What is a Heat Pump ?


A domestic hot water heat pump is a very effective water heating device. It uses a small amount of electricity to produce up to 4 times more heat energy. So by connecting a heat pump to your existing hot water cylinder you can divide your hot water electrical consumption by 4. Unlike a solar geyser a heat pump is not dependent on the sun and can therefore operate day and night, winter and summer ensuring you the highest possible savings and piping hot water 24/7

Key Features:


  • Quiet operation.
  • Fully automated control with adjustable water temperature setting.
  • Environmentally friendly.
  • Safe and Reliable.
  • Maximum possible savings.
  • High quality components ensuring many years of trouble free operation.
  • Simple installation

How does a heat pump work ?


A Heat pump works like an air conditioner unit in reverse.


It extracts heat from the ambient air surrounding it, enabling it to heat the refrigerant which is then compressed causing it to get even hotter.


This is then run through the heat exchanger where this energy is drawn off to heat the water and then the refrigerant is allowed to expand again, thus cooling it down and enabling it again to absorb heat from the surrounding air.


So electricity is only used to run a fan and a compressor and the heat energy is provided indirectly by the sun.


For every 1KW of electricity consumed it can generate 4KW of heat energy.



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