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Heating & Split Systems - Applecross, WA 6153

Welcome to the heating guide for Applecross, situated in postcode 6153. Utilising data from the nearest weather station (PERTH REGIONAL OFFICE) at an elevation of 19 metres above sea level, which started operating in 1876 with the latest data recorded in 1992, we can analyse the temperature trends crucial for your home's heating needs.

In this region, winters have recorded temperatures as low as 1.2 degrees C, highlighting the necessity for energy-efficient heating systems. During these colder months (June, Juily and August), we see an average minimum temperature of 9.4 degreees celcius, while the average humidity level at 9 am is around 77% and 59.3% at 3 pm for this period. Together this can significantly affect the comfort levels in your home, making a comprehensive heating system essential not just for warmth but also for managing indoor humidity levels. Additionally, with wind gusts reaching up to 156 km/h in Applecross, a robust HVAC system, including options like energy-efficient electric heaters, gas heating or ducted heating, or a more complex hydronic or ducted heating systems, becomes a valuable investment for maintaining a comfortable indoor environment.

Temperature & Weather in Applecross

Heating & Solar Production

* Data from The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). Closest weather station to Applecross: Perth Regional Office - approx. 4 km

Featured Solar Installers Servicing Applecross

Quinncroft Electrical Group

Unit 9/31 Dellamarta Rd, 6065

Uses Clean Energy Council Accredited Installers.

AVL Electrical Services

Ballajura, 6066

Friendly & professional Electricians at your service.

Illumina Energy

Level 1, 12-14 Thelma Street, 6005

Uses Clean Energy Council Accredited Installers.

Ezi Solar

Neerabup, 6031

Power your home with the sun's energy

Community Heating Statistics - Applecross, 6153

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Demographics

Based on the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2021 Census, postcode 6153, which includes Applecross, has a total 8174 homes. This community features a diverse array of housing types: 5622 are houses, each with an average of 2.2 residents per dwelling. With the community's varied income levels, where the median weekly household income is 2340 and with 64% homes mortgaged or rented, investing in energy-efficient heating options is even more essential to help reduce running costs and increase long-term financial savings for homeowners or renters.

When considering the demographics of Applecross and 6153 more broadly, we discover there are 2165 families with children. At the same time, 20.6% of the 21419 population are over 65 years old, while 5012 people also live with long-term health conditions. So eco-friendly and smart heating systems with advanced thermostats are particularly appealing for those more susceptible to the cold, like families with young children, older adults, and residents living with health conditions.

* Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics 2021 Data
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About Applecross

Applecross, located in Western Australia, experiences a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and warm summers. The average winter weather in Applecross is characterized by cool temperatures and occasional rainfall. The average minimum temperature during the winter months ranges from 8 to 12 degrees Celsius.

With the lowest temperatures occurring in July and August, it is essential for residents of Applecross to have reliable heating systems in their homes. Local heating businesses in Applecross offer a wide range of heating solutions, including split system heating, which is an efficient and cost-effective option for keeping homes warm during the winter months.

One of the benefits of split system heating is its versatility. These systems provide both heating and cooling capabilities, making them suitable for year-round use. Additionally, split systems are energy-efficient and can help reduce energy consumption and utility costs. In Applecross, where solar power is abundant, residents can even consider using solar panels to power their split system units, further reducing their carbon footprint and energy expenses.

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