Tips & Advice


While you may not be able to have much impact on your staff’s more, individual, habits, you can have an impact on their productivity by controlling the temperature of your office environment.

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Single and multi-splits may sound like components of an impressive gymnastic routine, but they are in fact different types of heat pump installations. We've broken down the benefits of both!

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Knowing what kind of ventilation system is right for your home can be tricky. We've put together some pros and cons of each, plus a few tips for best performance from extractor fans.

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How to heat your bedroom

Monday 26 February 2018

Don’t lose your cool over heating options. With autumn on the way, many New Zealand households are beginning to think about how to keep their bedrooms toasty and warm during cooler months. Let’s run through the pros and cons and considerations of the best bedroom heating options.

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The Benefits Of Solar Water Heating

Thursday 1 February 2018

Recent advancements in solar water heating devices mean that they now reliably convert more than 50% of available sunlight for domestic hot water supply. No wonder they've become so popular in New Zealand homes. Here are a few things you should know if you’re considering installing solar hot water.

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How Does a Heat Pump Work?

Wednesday 31 January 2018

They’ve been a wonderful addition to modern living – you simply push a button and warm or cool air blows into your home. So just how do they do it? How does a heat pump work and what makes them so cost-effective?

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To get the most out of a heat pump, it's important to choose an efficient model and use it properly.

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Energy efficiency means using less energy to provide the same service. When it comes to heating that means finding a heating solution that makes your home nice and warm without...

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Caring for your heat pump is easily and often discounted as a ‘nice to have’ rather than a necessity.

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Ventilation in your home is important to maintain air quality and remove moisture. A dry home is generally a warmer and therefore healthier home.

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