Solar Water Heating

Solar water heating is achieved by using panels that absorb the energy from the sun to heat the water in your home naturally and effectively.


Pool Heating

We offer a full range of pool heating options, including solar, heat pumps and gas that will keep your pool at a comfortable temperature without costing you a fortune!



Hot water underfloor heating is an efficient way to achieve whole-house warmth and comfort and, if an energy-efficient heating source is used, is relatively cheap to operate.



Radiators creating gentle, ambient warmth that evenly heats the room by passing hot water through solid radiator fins.


Heat Pumps

Heat pumps have low running costs and are highly energy-efficient. They can deliver instant heat, and have become one of the most popular forms of home heating.


Hot Water Systems

Solar hot water systems or hot water heat pumps can deliver operating cost savings allowing you to save up to 75% of your hot water heating costs!


Gas Ducted Forced Air

This can heat every room in your house from a central heat source. Read More >>

Heat Transfer Ventilation

Increases home heating efficiency by transferring previously 'wasted' heat to other parts of the home.

Fireplace Heating

Fireplaces can be used with "wetback" systems to effectively heat your house and your hot water cylinder simultaneously.


Underfloor Heating

If you are looking for underfloor heating Tauranga and Bay of Plenty wide, you have come to the right place. At Heating Systems we provide a range of the best hydronic underfloor heating systems available in the Bay of Plenty. From providing the supplies to the complete installation of your under floor or undertile heating system, our team will be on hand to help and advise you throughout the process. 

Hot water underfloor heating. It’s an efficient way to achieve whole-house warmth and comfort and, if an energy-efficient heating source is used, is relatively cheap to operate. A Hot water underfloor heating system delivers radiant heat that starts at ground level and slowly rises, creating a gentle heat.

How it works

During the construction phase, a system of pipes is embedded in the concrete floor. When hot water is circulated through the pipes from a central boiler or water heater, the concrete slab heats up and radiates a gentle, slowly rising heat. It's essential to ensure the concrete slab is properly insulated to ensure you are heating your home, not the world!

Why it’s good

  • Very energy-efficient – water is four times more efficient than electricity at transporting heat
  • Comfortable, evenly rising warmth that starts at the feet and doesn't feel stuffy
  • Concrete slab continues emitting warmth after you turn heating off
  • Room-by-room controls
  • Low-maintenance – no ducts or grilles that require dusting
  • Connect to a hot water heat pump for greater energy savings

How much will it cost?

Hot water underfloor systems are recommended for new buildings. There is a substantial initial investment required. On a smaller home we can integrate into domestic hot water to keep cost down. A hot water underfloor heating system can be combined with radiators to provide whole-house warmth in multi-storey dwellings.