We have spoken before about the considerable advantages of having a ducted heat pump in your home. In fact, we could go on all day about the benefits you’ll enjoy when you ask us to supply and install one for you. For the sake of brevity, we’ll highlight just a few of them:
- The whole house can be controlled with a single unit. There’s no need to install additional units in every room that you want to heat or cool.
- The heating and cooling process is much quieter as the unit is hidden away (usually in the ceiling) and not in the living areas themselves.
- The discreet air vents instead of a large heat pump unit on the wall or floor are more aesthetically pleasing.
- A ducted system is known as the most energy-efficient way to heat and cool your house as it moves from one area to another and minimises heat loss.
While we are talking about the benefits of a ducted heat pump system, here’s just one more. It will add value to your home. In fact, out of all the things that will increase your property’s value, investing in a ducted heat pump is one of the easiest and most affordable things you can do.
According to real estate experts in New Zealand and around the world, the energy efficiency of a home is becoming a bigger purchasing consideration for potential buyers. This is particularly true when it comes to heating and cooling, which are two of the biggest users of electricity in Kiwi homes. The more cost-efficient the system, the more appeal a home has. We all know heat pumps are the ultimate in efficiency, in terms of both cost and operating performance, and a ducted system takes things to a whole new level. When you take into account the aesthetic factor, there’s yet another reason why ducted heat pumps are such a good selling point.
Check out a few real estate listings when you get a chance and you’ll see how many of them talk up heat pumps as one of the property’s features. With increased consumer demand for heating that is fast, cost-efficient and environmentally friendly, it’s obvious why real estate marketers talks up heat pumps to the extent they do. So, if you’re thinking of selling and looking at ways of increasing your home’s appeal and overall value, you can do worse than install a ducted heat pump system. When it’s time to make that smart investment, contact us and we’ll supply and install one for you.