Heat Pump Hot Water Systems

Enhance your renewable energy system with a heat pump hot water system. Our team of highly experienced specialists will help you select the best heat pump system for your home.

More energy efficient than standard hot water systems.

Whether used independently or in conjunction with your solar energy system, heat pumps offer superior energy efficiency compared to standard hot water systems.

Functioning by harnessing the sun’s heat from the air and transferring it into warm water in the tank, heat pumps are an environmentally-friendly option for your home.

Evo Solar will work with you to find the right heat pump hot water system for your family’s needs and budget.



With a generous 15-year warranty, the Reclaim Heat Pump Hot Water system boasts 8 presets, perfectly aligning your hot water production with your consumption needs and a potential saving of up to 80% off your hot water bill.



The iStore heat pump is perfect for small and compact spaces, offering 4 intelligent operating modes that optimise energy efficiency, saving you money. With a 5-year warranty, iStore provides the advantage of renewable hot water without the need for solar panel investment.


Evo Heat

Designed for a capacity of up to six individuals, Evo Heat’s Heat Pump System is a cost-effective solution that can reduce your hot water expenses by as much as 70%. It also ensures a continuous supply of hot water, even in poor conditions as low as -5 degrees.


Thermann x Split Heat Pump

Blending Japanese and Australian engineering, the Thermann X Split heat pump offers flexibility, quietness, and remarkable hot water efficiency, with up to 80% higher efficiency compared to standard electric storage systems.


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Heat Pump Hot Water System uses leading technology to draw energy in from the ambient atmosphere and transfer it into heat. Ozone friendly refrigerant (CO2) absorbs the heat, which then flows into a compressor, where it’s converted into a high temperature gas. It then passes through a condenser within the water heat exchanger and the water is heated and then stored in the hot water tank for later use. No backup booster is required.

Heat pumps have a lifespan of around 10-15 years, depending on how well you maintain them and how often they are used. If you keep up with regular maintenance and use the system correctly, it should last for many years.

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