Can a Hot Water Heat Pump Help with My Mould Problem?

Written By EnergyLabs  |  Hot Water Heat Pumps 

Are you tired of the mould in your house, and the time and money it takes to get rid of it? You may want to consider investing in a hot water heat pump, because it could be the answer you’ve been looking for.

A hot water heat pump works by taking energy from the air outside and using it to heat hot water inside your home. It’s a great way to reduce energy bills, as well as giving you peace of mind that mould will have less of a chance to form.

Mould thrives in damp conditions where there is plenty of moisture and stagnant air. With a hot water heat pump, you can reduce the risk of mould forming by keeping your home warm and dry. The system pumps warm air around your home, which helps keep moisture out and reduces condensation on surfaces where mould is more likely to grow. The warm air also helps circulate fresh air around your home, further reducing the chances of mould taking hold.

When it comes to installation, you don’t need any special skills or tools. Most models come with easy-to-follow instructions that make installation straightforward for even the most novice DIYer. Once installed, you will also find that using a hot water heat pump is very easy – just set the temperature you want on the thermostat and let it do its job!

When properly installed and maintained a hot water heat pump can save you money on energy bills over time too – up to 40% on some models – while also helping protect your home from mould growth. What’s more, because they are highly efficient they require little maintenance – saving you time as well as money!

A hot water heat pump might just be the answer when it comes to keeping mould at bay in your home – so why not give one a try? With its potential savings on both energy bills and time investment – as well as mould prevention – there’s really nothing to lose!

Free Delivery to Australian Capital Cities*
Flat Rate Delivery of $200 Outside of Capitals