How do I know which heat pump is the best one for me?

It’s a good question and the answer is – use our heat pump calculator and find out now.

Choosing the right sized heat pump is key to ensuring optimum comfort and warmth in your home or commercial space. Every space is as different and as individual as its owners and selecting the right heat pump for your space and location is the first step.

Find out more by completing the details below and take the guess work out of it.

 


You can also book your free in-home consultation and get started now!

Mitsubishi-Electric recommends that a free in-home consultation and quote are always completed by an approved Mitsubishi-Electric dealer like Heat and Cool,  before you purchase your new system.

There are several factors to consider such as insulation and building orientation, that affect the degree of heat loss in a space considered for a heat pump. Older buildings will generally have less insulation, resulting in losing indoor heat much quicker that a modern building that has insulation or faces north.

All these circumstances do matter and can mean you may need a bigger heat pump system which is geared to overcome heat loss.

GE42 high wall mounted heat pump

Heat pumps act as air-conditioners in summer

New Zealand is predominantly a heating market and what is globally considered an air-conditioner, is purchased by New Zealand consumers as a heat pump.

The principle of providing air conditioned cooling works much in the same way as the heat pump generates heat, but instead of extracting freely available heat from outside air the unit reverses the process to extract cool air and pump this indoors. This is an added benefit for heat pump users, keeping you nice and cool on those long hot summer days!

Some people are saying that we are going to have one of the hottest summers on record, so there’s no time like the present to get your system set up and installed to keep you cool during the heatwave!

Call our friendly helpful team now and see how they can help you.