That’s why we highly recommend heat pumps as a heating option as we head into winter. What if you’re looking to heat more than one room?
Hi Wall heat pumps will take of the area they are in, while multi-room ducted heat pump systems can take care of your entire home. Heat Pumps NOW have compared them to make sure you get the best heating for your needs.
Hi Wall Heat Pump Pros and Cons
Mounting them high on the wall keeps them discreet, out of the way and family friendly.
Some heat pumps are will struggle in the depths of winter, but the Mitsubishi Hypercore Hi-Wall heat pump range has been designed with Christchurch’s conditions in mind. They will still be pumping hot air right down to minus 15 degrees!
Hi Wall heat pumps offer total control at the push of a button. Changing the temperature or switching between heating and cooling is easy, allowing you to stay comfortable however fast the weather changes.
If you have more than one heat pump in your home, you can set different rooms to different temperatures, to take care of those people who always feel the cold or overheat too quickly.
Ducted Heat Pumps – The Total Package
Ducted systems are fully customisable. How many rooms in your home do you want to heat or cool? Heat Pumps NOW can design a plan specifically for your home to give you the best heating and cooling efficiency.
How Do Ducted Heat Pumps Work?
Ducted systems work exactly the same as heat pumps, but on a much larger scale. A central heat pump unit installed in your ceiling space extracts air from outside, runs it through a compressor, and pumps the warm or cold through insulated ducts and out discreet vents in each room. The ducted vents can be fully customised to match the style and colour of each room.
Just to be clear, each room is not individually climate controlled. But does that really matter when everybody throughout your home gets to stay warm all winter? Where you decide to set the thermostat, to is up to you.
Selecting The Right Ducted System
For a total home heating solution this winter, contact Heat Pumps NOW on 03 377 7393.