Are you ready to take your home’s energy efficiency to the next level? 

Upgrade your home’s energy efficiency with a cutting-edge electric heat pump with your solar setup and enjoy year-round comfort while saving on energy bills!

  • Energy Efficiency: Electric heat pumps are highly energy-efficient, resulting in lower energy bills compared to traditional water heaters.
  • Environmental Friendliness: These systems produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to a cleaner environment.
  • Cost Savings: Reduced energy consumption leads to long-term savings on utility bills.
  • Consistent Performance: Electric heat pumps ensure consistent hot water delivery, meeting household needs reliably.
  • Longevity: They have a longer lifespan than traditional water heaters, reducing maintenance and replacement costs.
  • Safety: Electric heat pumps eliminate the risk of gas leaks, enhancing safety for homeowners.
  • Government Rebates: Programs like the Victorian Energy Upgrades and Solar Victoria further lower installation costs, making the switch more affordable.

To qualify, you must meet these four requirements:

✅ Have an annual income of less than $210,000.

✅ Own your property, which is valued at less than $3 million.

✅ Not have previously claimed a battery rebate through Solar Victoria.

✅ Existing system shall be a minimum of 3 years old. 

Take advantage of our exclusive offer for valued customers: Upgrade your hot water system today. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!

If you’d like to speak with our Hot Water specialist regarding this offer, kindly sign up below to register your interest. We’ll reach out to you within the next 48 hours.


Heat pump systems operate similarly to refrigerators but in reverse. Instead of expelling heat, they absorb heat from the surrounding air and transfer it into the system to heat water. These systems use a refrigerant, which passes through an evaporator where it turns into a gas before being compressed, increasing its temperature. The heat from the refrigerant is transferred to the water, causing the refrigerant to turn back into a liquid. It then passes through a valve, cools down, and the cycle repeats.

Traditional water heaters use gas or electricity to heat the water directly, similar to heating water in a kettle. On the other hand, heat pump systems extract air from the outside and use a refrigeration cycle and heat exchange system to heat the water in the tank. This method consumes significantly less power compared to traditional hot water systems, which is the main point of difference.

It’s important to remember that while a “free” or “cheap” heat pump system may seem like a good idea upfront, it will likely end up costing you more in the long run. This is because low-cost systems are often of inferior quality, leading to less effective operation and a shorter lifespan. Ultimately, you may find yourself dealing with costly repairs or needing to replace the system in the not-too-distant future.

The most suitable heat pump system for you depends on several factors, including your location, the size of your household, and your budget. We recommend contacting our team to connect with a local approved heat pump installer who can provide advice on the best fit for your needs.

When choosing between a heat pump and a solar hot water system, there are a few key factors to consider. The upfront cost of a solar hot water system is usually higher than that of a heat pump, and you need unshaded roof space to harness maximum solar power. Additionally, solar panels only generate power during the day, while heat pump systems can operate day and night. If you already have solar panels, this can lower the cost of a solar hot water system. However, it’s worth noting that you can also connect your heat pump system to solar panels for the benefit of both systems.

Yes, hot water heat pumps are highly energy efficient. They typically use 60–75% less electricity than conventional hot water systems. Water heating constitutes about a quarter of energy consumption in Australian households. Therefore, transitioning to a heat pump system is a substantial move in reducing your family’s environmental impact and power expenses.