With temperatures already dropping as New Zealand heads into another winter, it’s time to make sure your home has the best heating system available ready to keep you and your family warm.

For most homes in the Auckland area, a Mitsubishi heat pump is the ideal heating solution. Heat pumps are much more convenient to use in the winter than wood fires or pellet fires; they are also much safer for use around children and pets than either fires or portable gas or electric heaters.

Because heat pump systems do not create heat (they simply move available heat from one place to another) heat pumps are one of the most energy-efficient forms of heating available in New Zealand. This means that while your initial investment in a heat pump may be larger than purchasing say, a portable gas heater, your long-term cost savings on energy use will be far higher.

Our Mitsubishi heat pumps are whisper quiet, help control humidity, and will improve the air quality inside your home. Able to work in reverse to cool your home in the summer and offering precise heating and temperature control at the touch of a button, a heat pump is an ideal choice to keep you and your family comfortable as the weather changes throughout the year.

Choosing the right type and sized heat pump is essential to ensuring optimum comfort levels, especially when outdoor temperatures drop. Heat and Cool offers a no-obligation quote to ensure you select the right heat pump system and get the best-quality professional heat pump installation available in Auckland for the right price. Here are some important things your Heat and Cool expert will evaluate to help you select the right heat pump for your home:

How Old Is Your Home?

Insulation is a critical factor that can influence the degree of heat loss in a home. Older homes with poor insulation will lose indoor heat much faster than modern, well-insulated homes. The quicker your house loses its heat, the larger your heat pump system will need to be to compensate.

 

Is Your Home South-Facing or North-Facing?

The orientation of your home can also affect how quickly it loses heat. Across New Zealand, if your home is South-facing, it may lose heat faster – and need a bigger heat pump to overcome this heat loss – than a home that faces North.

How Cold Does It Get Where You Live?

Outdoor ambient conditions play a huge role in selecting the right heat pump for your home. When outdoor temperatures drop, the output capacity of your heat pump also drops. Home owners in Auckland usually don’t need a heat pump as large as those in other areas of New Zealand that experience sub-zero temperatures in winter, like most of the South Island. If temperatures do drop below zero where you live, you may need a larger capacity heat pump or an upgrade to a Mitsubishi HyperCore heat pump. For optimum comfort, it is vital that your unit is not too small to handle cold ambient weather.

How Large Is Your Space?

Whether you want to heat just one room, multiple rooms, or your entire home, Heat and Cool has a full range of Mitsubishi heat pumps to suit your needs. Try our heat pump calculator here to get an idea of the best heat pump system for you based on your home’s size and your region’s lowest average winter temperature. 

Which Heat Pump Fits Your Home’s Style?

While it’s most important to choose a heat pump of the right capacity to heat your home for optimum comfort throughout the colder months of autumn and winter, the look of your new heat pump is also a significant consideration for most buyers.

Heat and Cool offers a range of heat pump solutions which are unobtrusive, modern and able to complement your existing décor. This includes everything from the more traditional wall-mounted designs (high wall heat pumps) to the Mitsubishi Electric Designer Series, or multi-room  systems. Floor-mounted systems are discreet and ideal for replacing older heating systems such as fireplace and night storage heaters, while ceiling-concealed systems are becoming more and more popular with homeowners who want their heat pumps to be near-invisible.

Your home deserves a heat pump solution which enhances your interior décor, not one that disrupts it – ask your Heat and Cool expert about design options for your heat pump.

Which Heat Pump Fits Your Home’s Style?

While it’s most important to choose a heat pump of the right capacity to heat your home for optimum comfort throughout the colder months of autumn and winter, the look of your new heat pump is also a significant consideration for most buyers.

Heat and Cool offers a range of heat pump solutions which are unobtrusive, modern and able to complement your existing décor.

From more traditional wall-mounted heat pump (high wall) designs to the Mitsubishi Electric Designer Series for multi-room high wall systems, available in classic white, glossy black and matt silver. Floor-mounted systems are discreet and ideal for replacing older heating systems such as fireplace and night store heaters, while ceiling-concealed systems are becoming more and more popular with homeowners who want their heat pumps to be near-invisible.

Your home deserves a heat pump solution which enhances your interior décor, not one that disrupts it – ask your representative about design options for your heat pump.

Ask the Professionals

Heat and Cool are Auckland’s leading Mitsubishi partner so you can be confident in our high standards and excellent service.

At Heat and Cool, we offer no-obligation quotes to help you select the best possible heat pump system for your home. Every home is different, so it’s always wise to ask the experts for help in choosing the right heat pump to meet your needs!

Once you’ve selected the right heat pump for your home, our professional team will get to work on your hassle-free heat pump installation, instantly upgrading your home to make it warmer and more comfortable in winter in safety, serenity, and style.

So why wait? Get in touch with our team of experts today!

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