Heat Pump & Air Conditioning

High Wall

These are the most common heat pumps installed in New Zealand homes.
These systems are specially designed to heat the room they are installed in rather than the home, however heat will flow through internal access. These systems work very well for most places.

Multi Split System

Multi-split systems consist of multiple indoor units and one outdoor unit to serve them.
The indoor units would be installed in separate rooms to more effectively heat the whole home, or heat only required areas.
Each indoor unit can also be individually controlled, scheduled and set to the desired room temperature.

Ducted System

These are indoor units mounted in the roof space.
They provide efficient heating, with the option of the airflow being distributed to all the rooms of the whole house for ventilation.

Floor Console

They are generally used when there is not space to mount them in the wall or ceiling. These are also a great option for rooms with walls that are not able to support a high wall heat pump.

Ventilation Systems

We offer 2 kinds of ventilation systems:

Home Ventilation helps by pushing out damp air and replacing it with dry and filtered air to help reduce condensation and mould. Home ventilation systems use fans to move air into your house, offering an alternative to opening doors and windows.

A heat transfer can efficiently transfer excess heat from one room to other rooms in your home. In some cases this may eliminate the need for extra heating in those other rooms.

If your living room has a comfortable temperature but the rest of the house remains chilly, then a heat transfer system is what you require.

Key Features:
– Maximum heat retention


Proper operation of your heat pump will save energy. Like all heating and cooling systems, proper maintenance is key to efficient operation.

Clean or change filters once a month or as needed and maintain the system according to manufacturer’s instructions. Dirty filters, coils, and fans reduce airflow through the system. Reduced airflow decreases system performance and can damage your system’s compressor. Clean outdoor coils whenever they appear dirty.

You should also have a professional technician service your heat pump at least every year.