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Let the heat pump specialists show you how to heat and air condition your home the right way.

Every household has different requirements. You might want to use a heat pump to efficiently control the temperature in a single room, or multiple rooms, using a multi room heat pump. If you’re looking for an efficient alternative to central heating, then a custom designed, ducted system might be the best heat pump solution for you. Whatever your needs, EES are the heat pump experts. After a free consultation you’ll get a tailored solution that’s perfect for your living space. 

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Heat Pump options

Single Room Heat Pumps

Single Room Heat Pumps

Single room heat pumps are the best heat pump solution when you only need to heat or air condition a single room in your house. For a bedroom, a small heat pump is perfect for your needs. Alternatively, you might want to heat your living area and a large heat pump will be your best choice. Within the single room heat pump range, you’ve got 3 different options to choose from. Our experts can help recommend whether a ceiling mount, high wall mount, or floor standing heat pump is the most suitable home heating and air conditioning solution for you.

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Multi Room Heat Pumps

Multi Room Heat Pumps

When you’re looking to heat or air condition more than one room in your house and you want individual temperature control, a multi room heat pump is the way to go. A multi room heat pump typically connects multiple indoor units in different rooms to one outdoor unit. Like the single heat pump range, for a multi room system you’ll also have the choice of ceiling mounted, high wall mounted or floor standing options. EES are experts in installing the best heat pump brands for the most efficient multi room heating and air conditioning solutions.

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Ducted Heat Pumps

Ducted Heat Pumps

Ducted heat pump solutions are ideal when you want to heat and air condition your whole home and maintain one perfect temperature. They’re an efficient alternative to central heating and a great heat pump solution if you’re looking for a more discreet system – ducted through your ceiling or floor. Ducted systems can be retrofitted to your existing home (if your home has a ceiling or floor cavity) or installed in your new build and we’ll work with you to do so at a time that suits. With a proven track record of tailored design, heat pump installation and ongoing service, EES will create a custom designed, energy efficient ducted heat pump solution that provides you with home comfort all year round.

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Heat Pump Installation

Heat Pump Installation

EES has an expert team of heat pump installers to provide you with a convenient, professional, end to end service. After you’ve chosen the best heat pump solution for your home, we’ll install and test it and, if requested, we can provide ongoing service for your heat pump so it performs in the most efficient and economical way possible.

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How does a heat pump work?

Heat pumps use the same technology as the air conditioner in your car but on a bigger scale. They can heat or air condition your home by circulating warm or cool air throughout your desired space. Wherever you are in New Zealand, a correctly selected and installed heat pump system will be effective in giving you the heating and cooling control your family needs. 

Heat pumps are the most energy efficient way to heat your home. Unlike regular electric heaters that give you 1kW of heat energy out for every 1kW in, heat pumps provide 2-4kW of energy out for every 1 kW in.

 

How do I care for my heat pump?

There are a number of things you can do to maintain your heat pump to ensure that it’s in top working order. If you use your system year-round to heat and cool, EES recommend that you get it serviced every year by a heat pump technician. Alternatively, if you just cool in summer or heat in winter, a service every 2 years should suffice. In between services, you should clean your heat pump filters by vacuuming away the dust every 3 months and it’s good practice to maintain the area around your outdoor unit to ensure there are no leaves or weeds growing nearby.