What’s the most cost-efficient heating for your home? Let Professionals tell you.
The cheapest and most energy-efficient form of heating in New Zealand is a heat pump, giving 3.5 to 4.5 kilowatts of energy out for every kilowatt of energy that goes in. (Sustainability Trust Craig Auty Home performance adviser)
Checklist for finding the correct heat pump for your home:
- Age of House
- Size of Specific Room
- Size of the window or doors
- Location of the room. Corner room or between two internal spaces.
- Ceiling height
- Insulated walls ceiling underfloor.
- Location of the outside unit and inside the unit.
Heat pump only designed to warm up or cool down one room. It is not designed for space more than the specific room. If purchasing more than two or three heat pump is an issue. Heat transfer system or heat transfer accessory of ventilation would be the cheapest option
Discreet unobtrusive install. Deliver high energy efficiency. The most common type of install for households. Mounted on walls warm air blow downwards provides instant comfort.
Compact unit installed on the floor and in low wall applications, fit under window sills or in a low ceiling attic.Unique floor heating function, delivering powerful flow at floor level for a uniform and comfortable room heating.
This four way cassette has been designed for easy installation and maintenance.Its compact design blends with any room interior and make it discreet and unobtrusive. It’s an ideal choice also for demanding applications.
Strong point of a ducted multi-split inverter unit is the reliability, compact, quietness. Suitable for a wide range of residential and light commercial applications.
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