Heat pumps are one of the most energy efficient heating and cooling options for your home, but there are ways to maximise this trait. With spring comes improved weather and less reliance on the heat pump to keep you warm, which makes this season the perfect time to tick items off the heat pump maintenance checklist. Here are five things you can do now to keep your heat pump in tip top shape.
If you’re going to invest in a heat pump, you want the best. You want a machine that will heat (or cool) your house, keep the power bill to a minimum and stand the test of time. We at Bay of Plenty Heat Pumps understand this, which is why we exclusively supply Mitsubishi. Here’s why they’re the best heat pumps and air conditioners on the market.
If you have a fireplace as your sole source of heating, there’s a good chance you’ve spent a moment here or there dreaming about a heat pump. While there’s no denying a fireplace offers lovely ambiance, heat pumps bring many benefits that fireplaces simply lack. There are a million reasons why a heat pump is an excellent option, even if you already have a fireplace – here’s a few.
It happens every year: the weather drops and our heat pump use spikes. If this sounds familiar, you might be starting to worry about the state of your power bills this coming winter. But there’s no need to fret – heat pumps are energy efficient source of heating, especially when you use these six hacks that will help save you money this winter.
It’s official: autumn is here and that means it’s heat pump shoulder season. The weather in Tauranga is not so hot that you need to do much in the way of air conditioning, yet not cold enough that you have started to think about heating. This lovely time of year is also the best time to install a new heat pump: here’s why.
We all know how to protect ourselves from the sun – slip, slop, slap – but unfortunately our national slogan does nothing to keep us cool when we’re trying to get our evening rest. If you’re struggling through those hot, muggy nights, the air conditioning experts at Bay of Plenty Heat Pumps have some tricks to help you beat the heat.
Being comfortable in the right environment is everything. You spend a lot of time at home, so you need a cool space in summer you can retreat to and relax in, free from humidity or uncomfortable levels of heat. An air conditioning system is an investment, so when shopping around for one, you’ll want to be equipped with all of the knowledge you need to make the right choice for your home or space.
With summer temperatures upon us, it’s time to start prepping for the heated days - and nights - ahead. Staying cool and healthy over the summer can have its challenges, but with the right air conditioning, you can be sure that your home, health and family will be well looked after.
Are you enjoying this warm spring weather? The team at Bay of Plenty Heat Pumps sure is! But when the temperature jumps from cold to hot in a flash, it can be hard to keep up. If you’re finding yourself sweating and it’s only October, following our air conditioning tips will help you stay cool and comfortable this spring.
While heat pumps look seamless and modern inside your home, there’s no getting around the bulk of the outdoor unit. If you want to conceal the external unit to make your property look more attractive, Tauranga’s air conditioning specialists at Bay of Plenty Heat Pumps have some clever tips for you.
As sustainability becomes increasingly important in all aspects of life, it’s no surprise that more households are turning to heat pumps to keep warm in winter. BOP Heat Pumps is proud to not just keep families across Tauranga, Papamoa, Mt Maunganui and Te Puke warm, but also help reduce their carbon footprints. Hands down, heat pumps are the most environmentally-friendly heating option in NZ – here’s why.
From energy efficiency to forgoing the firewood to quick heat, there are plenty of reasons to swap from a fireplace to a heat pump. However, one of the biggest reasons people hesitate about making the switch is worrying that the heat won’t reach the bedrooms.
In the midst of a global pandemic, it’s never been more important to find ways to keep your family healthy and safe. While a warm, dry house won’t kill a virus, it will certainly contribute to your overall health throughout the cooler months. Combining the well stated public health advice – wash your hands, cough into your elbow – with the health benefits of a heat pump is the best way to make sure your family stays well this winter.
As we dive head-first into summer, you’re probably keen to keep your house nice and cool without suffering eye wateringly high energy bills. The good news is air conditioners are one of the most efficient ways to keep your house comfortable, and with a few heat pump hacks from the team at BOP Heat Pumps, you can keep the power bill to a minimum.
It’s nearly that glorious time of year when Kiwis toss our hot water bottles aside and start enjoying swims, sunshine and BBQs. With summer just around the corner in NZ, now’s the perfect time to get your air conditioner ready. By paying some attention to your A/C unit now, you’ll have a cool, healthy, comfortable house all summer long.
Heat pumps are the most efficient way to heat NZ homes and Mitsubishi Electric is the best of the best, which is why Mitsubishi is the only brand that BOP Heat Pumps installs. There are many reasons that Mitsubishi is superior – here’s a deep dive into a few of them.
There are many factors to consider when it comes to choosing your best heat pump, and it all comes down to balancing efficiency, convenience and personal style. At Bay of Plenty Heat Pumps in Tauranga, Mount Maunganui and Papamoa, we always start by measuring rooms, considering insulation and thinking about the location of the heat pump to maximise efficiency before helping you choose which air conditioning unit to install.
Did you know that the EECA (Energy Efficiency Conservation Authority) has singled out heat pumps as one of the most energy efficient ways to heat a home in NZ? Heat pumps use far less electricity than other forms of heating because they don’t actually generate heat – they simply move heat that already exists from one area to another. Clever eh?
Have you felt that distinctive chill in the air that signals winter is on its way?Here is the Bay of Plenty, the days are getting shorter, mornings are becoming awfully fresh and windows are starting to cry. Don’t wait until the cold sets in for good – now is the time to buy a heat pump. Here’s why.