Why choose a Daikin heat pump for your Christchurch home? We've got the top five reasons right here.
When considering fancy features inside of Mitsubishi heat pumps, what do you look for? Whisper quiet? Energy efficiency? Mitsubishi Hypercore technology that can keep you warm even when it’s minus 15 degrees Celcius outside? Or maybe you’re looking for something extra?
Around the world, they say there is only six degrees of separation between people. In Christchurch, that’s got to be way smaller.
If heat pumps are a fairly big investment for a Christchurch household, whole home ducted heating systems are even more so.
With any big household purchase, it’s important you get the right advice from someone who is patient, willing to sit with you, understand you, and work with you.
With so many heat pumps in the market, it’s easy to get distracted by features that sound great but don’t ‘bring the heat’ when it comes to your home.
Mitsubishi Electric Wi-Fi Control offers something you won’t find in any other model - absolute control of your home. Whether you’re turning up the heat during winter or cooling your household down in summer, Mitsubishi Wi-Fi control will revolutionise the way you think about heat pumps.
“I already have a great heat pump in the lounge. Is there something else I can do to keep the bedrooms warm?”
Great question. Ducted heating systems are relatively new to Christchurch, compared to traditional, established heat pumps. While the cost barrier to installing residential ducted systems has come down considerably in recent years, it’s another reason that’s slowed their uptake in Christchurch homes.
As the price of ducted systems slowly fall, and more people are thinking about whole home heating solutions, many people want to know, how will your new ducted system will work with your existing heat pump?
We’re getting smarter about the way we build homes in Christchurch. Making the most of modern technology and building methods, more new homes across Canterbury are being built with insulation, double glazing, and some passive design features in mind.
While these can work together wonderfully in winter to reduce your heating bills, they can have some downsides in Summer.
Remember the lifestyle ads on TV that ended with the host saying “Better living everyone”? As well as advertising a product, the aim was to share household tips and tricks to help you find more value in what they were promoting.
Whether you are using you heat pump to warm you up in winter, or you’re looking for some air conditioning heat relief in summer, here are a few better living tips to help you get the most from your heat pump.
The big players have been creating and perfecting Wi-Fi heat pumps for a few years, and Wi-Fi controlled heat pumps are becoming more common, more useful, and more effective.
Fujitsu has developed a new range of Wi-Fi controlled heat pumps, plus adapters you can use on your older models. We know it can feel a bit over the top at first, but once you try it, you will see – or rather, feel – what all the fuss is about.
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.