SPECIAL ALL-INCLUSIVE DEAL!!
Comparetheheat.com can now offer you the QC 6000 Air to Air Heat Pump fully inclusive of delivery and installation plus a timber protection unit to conceal and protect the outdoor unit and an energy monitor to measure how much money you are saving.
Huge savings on energy bills can be achieved when investing in our environmentally responsible heating solutions.
Whether you want to heat your rooms in winter or cool them in the summer months, the QC6000 will lend itself perfectly to the home or business environment.
Conservatories – extensions – offices – lounge rooms
The CARE QC6000 is up to 360% efficient meaning more than three and a half times more energy comes out than goes in.
A Heat Pump works on the same basis as a refridgertator except in reverse …..moving heat energy from one place to another.
A domestic fridge moves heat from inside the fridge to outside whereas our Heat Pump moves the heat energy from outside of your property to the inside!
No matter how cold it is outside it doesn’t really matter. The Scandinavian design enables the system to work with external temperatures as low as -15ºC
All this from £1490 inclusive of VAT*
*subject to terms and conditions
An air to air heat pump has two major components. An internal and an external unit
Internal unit - hangs on an exterior wall. Two hoses pass through the wall between the 2 units. One hose is carrying hot gas from the external unit whilst the other hose is carrying cold gas back. The fan blows warm air from the internal unit down the wall towards the floor and recycles stale air from ceiling level through its filter so to keep the air in the room clean.
As the air is kept circulating, the temperature in the room will be more even at floor and ceiling level compared to a room heated by radiators which suffers from overheating at ceiling level and underheating at floor level. A remote control enables flexibility when setting the temperature of your room.
External unit - stands on the floor outside the property containing the internal unit. A fan in the external unit blows air onto the element of the heat pump which contains a gas compressed by a compressor pump. From here heat energy from the air passes into the gas which is then sent to the internal unit.
Other parts- As a special offer we have also included an energy meter which connects the line between the mains socket and the power cord for the QC 6000. This energy meter records how much power the unit is consuming and because it can be programmed with the unit cost of your electricity it will tell you precisely how much money the QC6000 costs to run!