Efficient and cheap to run 

The US7 heater air-conditioner is more than 600% efficient compared to direct electric systems and more than 900% efficient when compared to average existing gas ducted systems.  To put it in different terms the unit uses 1/6 the energy of a conventional electric resistive heater and 1/9th the energy of an average existing gas ducted heating system to provide the same amount of heat to your home.

Less than 4 c/kWh, that's how much the popular 2.5kW (cooling) / 3.6kW (heating) US7 (model FTXZ25NV1B) will typically cost to run in an Australian household. If you combine it with a home solar system, which we recommend and are happy to supply, then it will cost even less - around 1-2 c/kWh to operate (based on Victorian average Powershop electricity rates).

Additional benefits of the US7

  • Award-winning design: The US7 won the prestigious, 2013 reddot design award in the air conditioning category. 
    Daikin US7 Ururu Sarara 7 reddot design award 2013 - best design heatpump
  • Intelligent humidity control: Avoids dry air in winter and dehumidifies in summer.
  • Fresh air, all year round:  Ventilation and purification, guided by a motion-based intelligent eye, for fresh air when and where you need it.
  • User-friendly control:  Control it with a wireless remote control, via an app or as part of your home automation system.
  • Energy Efficiency: The only unit to achieve a 7 star rating from the Federal Government. Thanks to advanced energy-saving technologies it uses 30% less energy than conventional split systems.
  • Auto clean: The US7 automatically cleans its filters for up to 25% additional energy savings

To ensure you aren't under sizing or over sizing your Daikin US7, we generally like to get an idea of:

  • Your ceiling insulation level.
     
  • Which direction the windows face in the room you plan to put your US7.
     
  • The floor area you want to heat in m2
     
  • The total area of glass in the rooms you want to heat in m2 (i.e. the total size of all of your windows).
     
  • Ratio of floor area to glass area.
     
  • Individual window size.

These help us estimate your recommended heat or cool load to determine what size is required.