How Does a Heat Pump Water Heater Work?

All heat pumps do the same thing: transfer heat from one location to another. When it comes to using a heat pump to heat your water, the heat pump absorbs the heat from the surrounding air, concentrates it, then transfers this heat to your home's cold water, creating hot water for usage. Heat pump water heaters can be part of a heat pump HVAC system or stand–along products—the choice is yours. Many heat pump water heaters are hybrid systems; this means they have the back–up usage of electricity if needed. Some of the benefits a heat pump water heater offers include:

  • Easy integration with existing heat pump system: When you have an existing heat pump system, it is easy for one of our trained experts to add the hot water heater component to the system.
  • Variety of tank sizes: Like storage tanks water heaters, there are a wide range of sizes from which to choose when using a heat pump hot water tank.
  • High energy efficiency: Heat pumps hot water tanks use up to 40% less energy than standard water tanks.
  • Lifespans of 15+ years: The average lifespan of a traditional hot water tank is 8-12 years; you can get more years of usage from a heat pump hot water tank.

The installation, maintenance, repair, and replacement of these systems can be complicated, so it's important to always hire trained experts to perform all work on your heat pump hot water heater in Barrie.

We Provide Heat Pump Hot Water Heater Installation and Service in Barrie

Whether you need a new hot water heater and have chosen to install a heat pump hot water heater, or you have an existing one that needs repair, maintenance, or replacement, Custom Comfort ClimateCare is the place to call. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and you will always speak to a person when you call. Hot water for your home is essential, and our experts are here to help you with all of your hot water heater needs in Barrie.