Hot Water Systems
- Lower Gas Bills
- Use Up to 80% Less Fuel
- Environmentally Friendly
- Constant Hot Water Supply
Thermodynamic hot water systems work by utilising a solar assisted heat pump that works in a way that can be most simply described as 'a fridge in reverse'. The pump uses the ambient temperature of the surrounding environment to warm up gases held in the system panels, working day and night, and in all weather conditions down to -15 degrees centigrade.
The system exchanges the ambient heat energy it collects to heat water to 55°C, providing you with all the warm water you need for washing, cleaning and any other requirement.
Experienced & Skilled Thermodynamics Installers
As this is a relatively modern technology there aren't a huge number of qualified installers out there. Hometech have been working with this technology for the past 3 years, fitting it on numerous occasions for customers who have went on to reap the benefits.
Ongoing Support and Maintenance
Once you have this fantastic technology installed by Hometech you receive consistent support in the form of ongoing maintenance for a small monthly fee. This ensures your system is working as efficiently as possible, making you big savings on fuel bills.
Find out more about the Thermodynamic Box
The Little Magic Thermodynamic Box
The Big Magic Thermodynamic Box
How Long Has Thermodynamic Technology Existed?
The first thermodynamic system as we would recognise it today was created in 1990. The technology has moved on and improved a lot since then, meaning the products we supply today are both efficient and effective in their operation.
Will I be able to generate thermodynamic power on days without sunshine?
Yes! The system will work day and night, whether it's cloudy, frosty or snowing the system will continue working and generating heated water when temperatures outside drop as low as -15°C.
Do the thermodynamic panels have to be placed on the roof?
No, they can be placed on a wall as well as on the roof of the building, offering you extra flexibility in where they will be placed.
Is there a risk of the thermodynamic panels rusting?
No, the panels are made of anodised aluminium so they will not succumb to corrosion.