Nothing warms our hearts quite like knowing we have satisfied customers. Heat Pumps NOW was created to serve our local Christchurch community – dedicated and committed to providing quality heating solutions. Our testimonials prove just how dedicated we are. Because we’re not saying anything. You are.
Buying a heat pump can be a big decision. Whether you’re buying your first one or haven’t bought one in a while, it’s normal to have plenty of questions to make sure you find the right heat pump for you. Because we’re your local, accredited Canterbury heat pump installers, we’ve answered some of our most frequently asked questions to help you!
Heat Pumps NOW loves Canterbury. We also know Canterbury loves Heat Pumps NOW.
As well as installing and servicing heat pumps around Christchurch City, we are getting calls and inquiries from further afield. Can we help you?
Did you know the World Health Organisation recommends heating your house to at least 18 degrees to reduce the risk of illness? If you live with small children or elderly people, the recommendation is 21 degrees.
When it’s colder in Christchurch, you and your family are far more susceptible to sickness caused by condensation and mould. When some types of mould are inhaled or come into contact with your skin, they can cause allergies, irritations, and aggravate asthma. Cold and damp homes in Christchurch are directly linked directly to poor health conditions.
We spend 90% of our time indoors, so what are some solutions that are best for your pocket and your health.
Nobody likes feeling sick. As winter sets in around Christchurch, it seems inevitable that you’ll start to feel cold and flu symptoms. So how can you stay well this winter?
Energywise recommend heating your home to at least 18 degrees celsius in order to keep healthy. It’s also no coincidence that Energywise recommend you use heat pumps in lounges, living rooms, or areas you use often as heat pumps are economical to run for long periods of time.
So if you have a heat pump and you’re keeping warm as winter sets in, what else can you do to keep healthy in Christchurch? Stay Well Man from Stay Well Pharmacy, Mark Webster has a solution.
What's Your New Year's Resolution?
How many people woke up on January 1st and thought, ‘New year, new me?’
We all want to improve, be better versions of ourselves, and make a positive impact on the world around us. Heat Pumps NOW is no exception. We need your help!
It used to be one of New Zealand’s biggest party weekends, but now the Wellington Sevens are looking a little sad.
Gone are the days when shots of the vibrant crowd would hold as much action as rugby field. Tickets used to sell out within minutes! Many groups dressed in matching costumes, with some reports of up to 10,000 people per day filing into the Cake-Tin to cheer on their team. 2017 marked the biggest decline, with former New Zealand Coach Sir Gordon Tietjens claiming “There was just no atmosphere and no people there.”
Clearly, the days of the Wellington Sevens are over, so what’s the solution?
Christchurch Heat Pumps After The Earthquakes
It’s a feeling Christchurch will never forget.
The 2016 Canterbury earthquakes devastated Kaikoura and were felt right across New Zealand. Our hearts go out to those affected families, as many of us in Christchurch are forced to relive memories we’d much rather forget.
We know what it’s like to have our homes shaken and our lives turned upside down. Unfortunately, if you want to live in Christchurch or wider Canterbury, it seems we must accept earthquakes as part of life. We can’t prevent earthquakes in Christchurch, so here are some tips to help recover from them.
Financing Your Next Heat Pump
Heat pumps area big ticket item. That can be an issue. When Christchurch gets cold, or the Canterbury Nor Westerly winds start blowing and your home starts to overheat, heat pumps can help you manage the extreme temperatures to keep you and your family comfortable.
But what if you can’t afford a heat pump right away?
We love Christchurch, energy efficiency, staying warm in winter, and getting the most out of our heat pump. Here are some tips so you can too.