How do you heat your swimming pool or spa? Does a noisy old pump push water up to an ageing network of black piping on the roof? Do you use expensive and outdated gas or electric heating? Have you actually priced the cost of your heating?
You might like to know that Sharpe Energy Hub can engineer a system that is up to 15 times more energy-efficient than older methods.
It is based around EvoHeat’s pool heating range. Sharpe already supplies and installs EvoHeat’s heat pump Evo270 water heater, which regularly tops consumer satisfaction surveys.
Now those same benefits of low running costs and high energy efficiency can be applied to pool and spa heating.
EvoHeat is continually developing technology to meet the global demand for sustainable, non-polluting products.
Its range of pool and spa heat pumps convert 1kW of electricity to up to 16kW of heating. Compare that to heating using expensive gas or electric elements and the figures soon add up to invest in a better system.
The process works by transferring the heat in the air outside the EvoHeat unit to the water running inside through an exchange system. Basically it is moving heat rather than generating heat and that is where the cost savings and energy efficiency lie. EvoHeat systems are also ideal for running from your solar systems, reducing your hot water bills to $0.
The EvoHeat range has a fan operating noise lower than a refrigerator and can be remotely controlled via a smartphone app.
Heat pumps are becoming an integral part of South Australia’s switch to household energy self-reliance.
Recently Sharpe installed this EvoHeat combination of a DHP-603 pool heater and 270-litre hot water system at a property in Prospect, just in time for a low-cost summer of energy use.
Act now: Phone Sharpe Energy Hub, inquire online or request an in-home appointment. Our showroom, which has the systems we supply and install on display, is conveniently located at 71 Port Road. It is open six days a week.