May 23, 2022

The team at G-Force are sharing a few tips to help you choose the best heating & cooling system for your home. Here we talk about the two main types of heat pumps you can get installed: (1) High Wall or Spilt Heat Pumps and (2) Ducted Heat Pumps.

high wall heat pumps

High Wall (or Split System) Heat Pumps are one of the most common heat pumps found in homes. The heat pump unit is mounted on the wall in the room you want to heat e.g your lounge and the remainder of the unit is located outside.

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View our range of High Wall Heat Pumps HERE >>

Ducted heat pumps

Ducted heat pumps systems allow you to heat multiple rooms by distributing the heat via ducts installed in your ceiling.

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Ducted Heat Pump

View our range of Ducted Heat Pumps HERE >>

If you have any questions, please get in touch and we will be more than happy to answer your questions.

You can also read about our handy Tips to Choosing a Heat Pump here >>

We install New Zealand’s best heat pumps including Carrier, Daikin, Toshiba & Rinnai and offer heat pump installation in Auckland, Waikato, Bay of Plenty and Christchurch.


At G-Force Healthy Home Solutions we’re all about making homes warmer, drier and more energy efficient for Kiwi families.

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