Heating and Cooling Solutions for New Zealand Families

The right advice, the best brands, we help you provide a comfortable home for your family.

The best heat pump brands

We are authorised Toshiba, Carrier, Rinnai & Daikin heat pump installers. We’re proud to install these brands as they have a range of models to suit all your needs including excellent customer support services, easy access to parts and all come backed by robust warranties. We offer heat pump installation in Auckland, Waikato, Bay of Plenty and Christchurch.

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Nothing beats a cosy home on a winter’s evening, or the comfort of a cool breeze in summer.

Whether you’re choosing a heating system or a combined heating/cooling solution, our expert team can help you find the right option for your home, lifestyle and budget.

Discover the right heat pump for your home

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Floor Console Heat Pumps

These units sit on the floor and are a good option if you’re short on wall space.

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High Wall/Split System Heat Pumps

These are the most common units and are mounted on an internal wall. The remainder of the unit is located outside.

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Ducted Heat Pumps

These systems allow you to heat multiple rooms by distributing the heat through ducts installed in your ceiling.

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We’re proud to supply and install Goldair panel heaters

Whether you’re heating a large living area or a small bedroom, we supply panel heaters to suit all homes. We work with the some of the safest and most effective models on the market, and our experienced team are happy to guide you through the options.

Available in a range of sizes, Goldair panel heaters are high quality and efficient, and come in a variety of stylish and contemporary designs.

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Metal Panel Heaters

Metal Panel Heaters combine convection heat technology with a sleek, minimal and often wall-mountable design.

They’re great for bedrooms, hallways and small living areas, or as an extra heat source to complement a heat pump. Panel heaters are very quiet and safe to use.

Ceramic Heaters

Ceramic heaters are the most efficient form of fan-based heating and are available in unobtrusive, wall-mounted designs.

They’re a cost-effective option and an ideal solution for rooms that are short on space.

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Ongoing Service & Expert Advice

At G-Force, we pride ourselves on our extensive customer service and after-sales support. Our team is very knowledgeable and they’re just a phone call or email away.

Tips & Advice for choosing the right heat pump

Below are a few tips and advice on choosing the right heat pump for your home. Heat pumps are an efficient way to help you stay warm in winter and cool in summer. They’re safe, easy and fuss-free to operate, as well as being cost-effective.

If you have any more questions, feel free to give us a call or send us a message and we will be more than happy to answer your questions prior to booking a free home assessment.

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Location & Size

The size of the heat pump you need will depend on factors like the size of the room and the location of windows. If you’re considering a high wall heat pump unit, you also need to think about the placement of the outside compressor unit.

Getting the most for your money

Our expert team will advise on the make, model and how powerful the heat pump should be to best suit your needs.

Using a 3kW heat pump for heating your home 5 hours a day for 180 days per year will cost you between $90 – $150 which is less than $1 a day.

Check out the EECA’s calculator to find out what a heat pump will cost you based on your usage.

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Why regular servicing is important

Regular services and filter cleaning will ensure that your machine is working as efficiently as possible. This means you get the most benefit from your heat pump, and it helps to extend the overall lifetime of the unit.

We recommend that you have your heat pump serviced at least once a year – a good time to have a service is during spring or summer, especially after heavy usage in winter.

You can have one of our qualified technicians come out to service both the inside and outside units.

Have any Questions?

We are here to help. Get in touch if you have any questions or if you would like to book an assessment.