In Australia, we experience some pretty high outdoor temperatures on a daily basis, so why not use that hot air to power your water heater? Air source heat pumps operate with similar technology to refrigerators and air conditioners - using the evaporation and condensation of certain liquids that absorb heat from their surroundings. This means they draw heat from the very air (even on cold winter days) and transfer that to a storage tank full of fresh water.
As a result, these systems required very little electricity to run and use an infinitely renewable source of heat, making them not only cost-efficient, but great for the environment. The Australian government currently provides money-back incentives for using small-scale renewable systems like these. You can find more information about those, here.
View the full range of heat pumps below or contact Eco Sustainable House's knowledgeable staff for more information.