Electrify Your Hot Water And Save

Did you know water heating makes up around 18% of the energy bill in an average Victorian home? With the colder winter months now upon us, this cost is only increasing.

Heat pumps are the most efficient way of heating water in your home. By replacing your conventional water heating system with a hot water heat pump you could expect to see a 60-70% reduction in electricity, saving costs on bills and reducing your environmental impact.

How does a heat pump work?

A hot water heat pump system is made up of a water storage tank and a heat pump. The heat pump extracts heat from the air (even on cold days) and transfers it to heat the water in the storage tank. It uses the same principles as a refrigerator, only in reverse.

Install a heat pump through our Love Bayside Electrify Everything program

Our Love Bayside, Electrify Everything program helps you to switch to an all electric home by providing excellent deals on products such as hot water heat pumps, installed by an accredited and reputable installer.

We offer two heat pump models through the Love Bayside, Electrify Everything program, including:

  • Reclaim CO2 Hot Water Heat Pump - premium product, Australian owned, fully compatible with solar PV systems, 15-year warranty on the tank and controller, excellent energy efficiency.
  • Apricus All-In-One Hot Water Heat Pump - superior product, real time power usage monitoring, six-year warranty, excellent energy efficiency.

Bayside residents Kris and Tracy Ekeberg recently installed their hot water heat pump through Love Bayside, Electrify Everything and found the whole process "easy". Tracy said: "(the campaign) came up on my Facebook feed and my husband and I had been talking about switching from gas for a while. He did the research and it all added up."

Bayside resident Kris stands next to his hot water heat pump

Interested in installing a hot water heat pump?

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