With their ability to keep you warm during winter and cool during summer it's little wonder that heat pumps are one of New Zealand’s most popular climate control devices.
Quiet, unobtrusive and easy to use, heat pumps are perfectly suited to New Zealand’s variable climate. They’re environmentally friendly, causing no pollution, and are highly efficient, inevitably leaving to savings on your power bill.
There’s something for every home, and every living situation, in our extensive range, and our friendly team can help you select the unit that’s best for your specific needs.
Types of indoor heat pump units
High wall unit
Placed high up on a wall, these are the most popular and economical to buy and suitable for almost every home. They’re simple to install and don’t take up any floor space.
As the name suggests, floor consoles are mounted on the wall just above the floor. They are good for homes with high ceilings as they spread heat from lower in the room. They’re great if you’re replacing a night store or fixed gas heater as they cover the space left behind without having to redecorate.
They’re easy to install and maintain but can be slightly more expensive than a high wall heat pump even though they operate in a very similar way.
Recessed into the ceiling, this is an elegant solution that looks good. You’re able to direct heat/air to any part of the room, as opposed to a high wall or floor console which can only emit heat outwards from its location. And come summertime, being located at the top of the room where warm air gathers, ceiling cassettes are very good for cooling.
Although not currently common in residential homes, it’s definitely worth considering if you want a compact, unobtrusive solution that leaves all your wall and floor space available.
All three of these options can be single split or part of a multi split system.
Single split benefits
- The option of buying the most efficient models for each brand
- If there are any issues with the outdoor unit only the one indoor unit is affected