Heat pumps

Our hot water heat pumps can be used to heat your domestic hot water, your under floor heating or combination of both.

With increasing energy problems, more people are getting interested in heat pumps and the number.

When connected to hydronic under floor heating, heat pumps are used to heat the home.

Generally talking heat pumps are like home refrigerators in reverse. They mainly consist of a compressor, fan, evaporate and the heat exchanger.

Heat pumps extract the free and widely available heat from the ambient air and direct this heat to the hot water cylinder for the residence hot water demand.

Consider the following conditions when choosing:

  • Electric resistance hot-water cylinders are used.
  • Electricity shortages are high due to high consumption or other problems.
  • Four or more people living in a residence.
  • High consumption of hot water from 7am to 7pm.
  • A new building is being built.


  • Hot water heat pumps are not dependent on direct sun rays, unlike the solar panels.
  • As heat pumps are using renewable energy, they are safer and cleaner to run than a gas/ diesel fossil fuel burner.
  • Heat pumps are more efficient therefore they cost less to run than gas/diesel heaters or electric elements.
  • Easy to install and operate.
  • Low operating, energy and maintenance costs.
  • Have long life expectancy and are very durable.
  • Automatically maintains the desired temperature.

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Solar water heating system works with the energy getting from the sun to heat the water in flat, tubes or panels located normally on the roof or at the back of the house.

Solar heating makes upto 30% savings of your household energy bill and has become a popular way to reduce the cost of hot water

As the majority of homes in New Zealand are in reliably sunny areas which can be a good source of getting solar energy free from the sun for solar water heating .

For more information please visit solar heating.co.nz

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Gas Boilers

A condensing boiler is an effective and efficient means of providing whole home heating using radiators which can be managed in each room to control the temperature. There are many things to consider when looking at home heating solutions. Firstly having your home well insulated can mean at least a 30% savings in heating requirements.

Key Benefits:

  • Lower Energy Costs
  • Less Emissions
  • Long Product Life
  • Quiet Operation
  • Smaller than a conventional boiler
  • Can be wall mounted with pumped flue

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