Solar Water Heating
Solar Water Heating is the most environmentally friendly method of heating your home water supply. With solar energy, Heating Systems can save you up to 75% of your hot water bill.
Modern heat pumps are highly energy-efficient. They achieve this by moving heat from one space to another which is more effective than continuously generating heat.
Heat Transfer Ventilation
Heat transfer systems should only be installed by an expert. So when it comes to getting a system that works, talk to the professionals at Heating Systems.
At Heating Systems we provide a range of the best hydronic underfloor heating systems available. From sourcing supplies to installation, we'll arrange everything
The Best Heating In The Bay of Plenty
At Heating Systems, we make it our mission to supply and install the best heating solutions available. We provide a range of services and heating products throughout Tauranga and the wider Bay of Plenty region, and you can bet we put the right heating systems in place for you and your home, no matter your requirements.
Our range includes everything from radiators and heat pumps to heat transfer systems, solar systems, underfloor heating, woodburners and more.
Did you know that about 35% of the average home energy bill goes towards space heating, and another 30% is taken up by hot water heating, so it really does makes sense to invest in the most energy-efficient heating systems you can get. Heating Systems can advise you on a heating solution that delivers heat where – and when – you need it, using the most energy and cost efficient methods.
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We regularly put in hours of research to stay ahead.
We’re constantly investigating new options to find our customers the most energy-efficient heating systems available.
We regularly specify and install the latest in:
- Hot water underfloor heating
- Air-source heat pumps
- Heat transfer ventilation
- Ducted forced air systems
Make sure you consider these things before choosing a heating solution.
- Do you want a radiant heater that delivers slow, gentle warmth?
- Or do you prefer convection heating which circulates warm air through the room instantly?
- Do you want central heating or a localized heating source?
- Will you use heating all day long or only at night?
- How well insulated is your home, and what is the building’s orientation with the sun?
If you’re unsure about any of these things, talk to us! No two heating jobs are the same.