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Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps Sydney

Looking for a powerful water heating system? Have a think about heat pumps.

Heat pumps are like reverse refrigerators, extracting hot air from the surroundings and pumping it in the desired direction. They can be used both in residential and commercial settings as air conditioning, but can also be applied to water heating systems.

If you’re interested in trying a heat pump for your property, Rapid Plumbing Group is happy to help you choose and install the perfect heat pump for your property.

Family-owned and run

Family-Owned, Family-Run

We started as a family business with humble beginnings from Penrith, and have continued to grow both as a business and as people. Our team is family to us, and so is the local community. We take good care of our own, and that includes you and your needs.



Rapid Plumbing Group has worked on large-scale projects with big clients, such as NSW Fire Services, schools across the state, and various local councils. We have consistently exceeded expectations by outperforming KPIs and finishing well before deadlines. Naturally, you can expect the same speed on your demands.

Quality Customer Service

Quality customer service

Our services come at an upfront, affordable price, no surprise or hidden charges involved. We are perfectionists who are proud of our work. We strive to get everything done right the first time, and if someone doesn't agree, we always come back to fix it until everyone is happy, no extra charge. We’re COVID-certified and have been trained in the proper practices. As always, we value safety above all.

Heat Pumps Sydney FAQs

Are heat pumps better than boilers?

Heat pumps have a few advantages over traditional boilers:

  • More energy-efficient
  • More environmentally friendly
  • Less maintenance
  • More cost-efficient in the long term

While they are not perfect, they are worth considering over traditional heating.

Are heat pumps noisy?

Heat pumps produce a constant low humming noise when active, about as loud as rain. Heat pumps usually need to only be active for a few minutes every few hours, unless used in very cold weather. Overall, they will not be very loud or disruptive.

How long do heat pumps last?

A heat pump can last about 10-15 years before needing to be replaced. Regular maintenance can extend the lifespan of your pump.