What is a Ducted Heat Pump System?

June 07, 2022

Ducted Heat Pump System

Previously, we’ve discussed the different types of heat pumps so today we’re going into more detailed about ducted heat pumps.

Ducted heat pumps

A ducted heat pump system uses one central unit and a network of vents, often fitted in the ceiling space, to carry either cold or warm air into the majority of rooms within your home.

Winter – Heat pumps move heat from the cool outdoors into your warm house.

Summer – Heat pumps move heat from your cool house into the warm outdoors.

Dicted Heat Pump System
Ducted Heat Pump System

G-Force Healthy Homes Solutions team can supply and install a ducted heat pump system into your home. We stock the best brands of ducted heat pumps including: Rinnai and Daikin.


  • Suitable for new and existing family homes where multiple rooms are required to be conditioned off a single heat pump system.
  • A comprehensive 6-year parts and labour warranty provides you with total peace of mind when installed by a Rinnai accredited installer like G-Force Healthy Homes Solutions.

Find out more about a Rinnai Ducted Heat Pump here >>


  • An infrared human presence sensor helps prevent cold draughts and enables energy saving operations when the room is unoccupied for 20 minutes.
  • Enables increased energy efficiency and a significant reduction in ‘Global Warming Potential Factor’ – great for the environmentally conscious.

Find out more about a Daikin Ducted Heat Pump 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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