Heat pump means savings
Geoff and Judy of Yatala Vale were facing a dilemma common to many households.
Their 13 year old conventional hot water system was on the way out and they were on the end of high power bills. With so many water-heating options available on the market they needed the best advice.
“We’ve used Sharpe Services for a long time and can’t fault any of their trades,” says Geoff.
So they contacted Sharpe’s new Energy-Hub, which has a range of energy-saving solutions that can be tailored to the specific needs of both renovators and homeowners.
Sharpe Energy-Hub analysed, supplied and installed a 170-litre Midea heat pump, best suited to a home with two or three occupants
“We’ve had it now since May 2018 and we’ve certainly noticed amazing reductions of 25% on our power bills,” says Geoff.
Heat pumps are an excellent replacement for old electric hot water systems and even better when converting from gas.
In simple terms heat pumps harvest warm air to heat water and are perfect to run on Solar. Solar panels harvest the sun to provide the power.
Combine Heat Pump and Solar to get maximum savings in hot water costs.
All Sharpe Energy-Hub products are highly-rated for efficiency and build quality. They are installed and serviced by Sharpe’s own technicians, not subcontractors, to give peace of mind regarding warranties and guarantees.
“When they installed the heat pump everything was done to look trim and proper.”
This is backed by the experience of 39 years in business.
Sharpe also made sure Geoff and Judy’s rooftop solar system was running at peak efficiency.
“The original system had been fitted by another installer too low on our roof and that was impeding its performance,” says Geoff.
“So Sharpe reinstalled it and got it running properly again.”
“I refer Sharpe Energy-Hub to friends as I consider they are very professional,” Geoff says.