Choosing a heat Pump is quite simple. The first step is deciding what style of heat Pump you prefer. Most people opt for high Wall heat Pumps, to heat and cool certain areas of their homes. but you can choose discreet ceiling mounted heat pumps or floor mounted. Or If you’d like your whole home the perfect temperature year round at the push of a button then ducted heat pump systems will suit you.
Just follow these easy steps to select your heat pump
- Call Fonko straight away or choose the type of heat pump for your needs
- Decide which area of your home you want heated
- Make sure you will get the Right Size heater
- Call Fonko for a measure and quote
1 Choose the type of heat pump for your needs
Start by seeing what types of heat pumps are available on our website. There are different styles hi-walls, floor models, ceiling cassettes and whole home central heating systems. Many have different features too – such as self-cleaning filters, healthy air filters, temperature sensor controls – so you will want to look through, and then decide which appeals to you. There is a guide at the end of this page which shows the different models available, and the advantages and features of each.
2. Decide which area of your home you want heated
Again, there are single room or area heat pumps (most commonly used), or multi-systems that can heat several rooms at a time, the Sleep Pump® that will heat or cool 3 or 4 bedrooms, or whole home ducted central heating systems. If you want to heat a large area or areas, you need an efficient heater with lower running costs, so it may make sense to pay more for the model and its installation needed, because it will pay off in the long term
3. Make sure you will get the Right Size heater
This is probably the single most important step. If the heat pump is too small for the area, it may be a little cheaper to buy in the short term, but it will cost so much more to run as it will be working too hard. It will also defrost too often. If you buy a model too big for your needs, then you will be paying too much for inefficient use. An Accredited Consultant will assist you in determining the correct size for your needs. Read More
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