Smarten up your home with a Madimack pool heat pump, Australia’s authority on heat pump technology. Australian owned and operated, Madimack is committed to ever-increasing efficiencies in the race to reduce Australia’s carbon footprint, which makes Madimack heat pumps the perfect pairing with residential and commercial solar systems. In Australia, the sun shines year round, and with Madimack that means you can be swimming year round too.
Heat pumps are the most energy efficient pool heating system on the market, requiring approximately a third of the energy of other technologies. Heat pumps work through a ‘heat exchange system’, transferring the heat from the air outside a heating unit to the water stored inside a heating unit, which is subsequently pumped into your pool.
Nobody likes a pool to go to waste, and with a Madimack heat pump your pool never has to. But the luxury of year-round swimming is not the only benefit, others include:
“We cannot recommend it more! From our first point of contact, the whole process has been seamless and professional. The Madimack Heat Pump has heated out pool to 35 degrees and now we swim all year round. Absolute best investment you could make for your home. Can’t recommend Madimack Pool Heating enough, you will be impressed with their production from start to finish.” – David and Leah Campbell
Madimack’s Eco pool heat pump is designed to be efficient, quiet, simple and long lasting. Thanks to its ‘low energy’ and ‘night time’ modes, the Eco is able to increase its efficiency by up to 20%, providing year-round swimming comfort with the added comfort of year-round energy savings.
The Eclipse cooling and heating series comes with a full inverter compressor and top discharge fans to ensure efficient air flow. Be it the depths of winter or the heights of summer, the sleek space-saving Eclipse will heat or cool your pool to warm you up or cool you down.
There are a number of factors which determine which pool heat pump is best for you:
Madimack has three types of pool heat pumps for residential pools – the premium Elite Silent model, the cost-effective Summer Eco model, and the space-saving Eclipse heating and cooling system. What is more, it doesn’t matter if your pool is saltwater, chlorine or bromine, because Madimack’s titanium heat exchanger allows the heating of every kind of water. The titanium heat exchanger comes with a 25 year warranty to boot!
You’re probably asking yourself the question, why do I need an electric pool heat pump when a gas heater’s initial cost is cheaper? The simple answer, efficiency. In fact, the running cost of an electric pool heat pump is five times less than a gas heating system. And not only does this mean a pool heat pump will save you money in the long run, but a pool heat pump’s life span is three times longer than a gas heater to boot, so the long run is even longer.
If the savings aren’t reason enough, electric pool heat pumps are compatible with a solar PV system; and combined with a home storage system and an electric vehicle, the pool heat pump is a key ingredient in the low-carbon smart home of the future.
You will need to get an individual assessment carried out to determine estimated savings based on your personal circumstances. Contact our experienced team at Natural Solar to arrange a call to discuss how you can save money with solar. Call us on 1300 060 928 or fill out the contact form on this page and we’ll help you out with any questions.
Natural Solar is Australia’s leading provider of energy storage, solar battery pack systems, pool heat pumps and electric vehicle chargers. Operating since 2008, our expertise and experience has given us a keen sense of our clients’ needs and how best to meet them. Whether you are in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Hobart, or anywhere in between, we can help you get the right solar energy solution. Get in touch with the team to get your solar advice and start with a quote.
These costs are based on the SA Power network in Adelaide but prices may vary depending on your circumstances. This comparison assumes a general energy usage of 4000kWh/year for a residential customer on Energy Locals Time of Use Tariff – (TOU – Peak, Off-Peak & Solar Sponge).
The reference price is set by the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) for a financial year in relation to electricity supply to residential customers in the distribution region and is based on an assumed annual usage amount. Any difference between the reference price and the unconditional price of a plan is expressed as a percentage more or less than the reference price. The terms of any conditional discounts are shown, along with any further difference between the reference price and the discount applied if a condition is met, expressed as a percentage more or less than the reference price.