Nest Thermostat Review
The following Nest product review has been taken from expertreviews.co.uk. In conclusion, Nest’s simple controls and great-looking thermostat make it a top product.
Building Chilly Bin Homes
Kiwis traditionally rely on the sun to heat their homes but in grey weather or in this case, average positioning, what we have is essentially a chilly bin - a...
How safe is my boiler?
A faulty boiler can have several knock-on effects. It can cost more to run, leave you without heat in the winter and, at worst, is dangerous. So how do you know which boiler issues are minor and which require more urgent action?
Manawatu Home and Lifestyle Show
Want to know more about installing underfloor central heating in your new home or retrofitting radiators into your current? Bring your plans and ideas to us at the Manawatu Home & Lifestyle Show and we can discuss your latest project.
Chofu switches to R32 refrigerant
Chofu, Japan’s leading air-to-water heat pump manufacturer, has switched to R32 refrigerant across its entire range of heating products. Chofu’s second generation, air-to-water heat pump is the first of its kind to be rolled out across New Zealand.
Tessa Walsh Warms to CHNZ
Tessa Walsh joined Central Heating NZ after a stint in Antarctica, working as Base Service Supervisor/Planner. Clearly she couldn’t handle the cold for too long so came running to the warmest place in New Zealand.
Support every step of the way
Since 2003, Central Heating New Zealand has helped more than 8,000 families transform their homes and their lives. Despite every home, its location and owner requirements being different, the customer journey has stayed relatively the same. It's a simple four stage process to ensure you get the best central heating solution for your home.
Advantages of Variotherm
Central Heating New Zealand offers the Variotherm floor heating system, which has a thin profile that can be laid over solid or timber floors and as such is an excellent choice for renovations and structures with a low weight requirement.
No, its not sub tropical
New Zealand is a beautiful country, but it's not the warm sub-tropical destination it's often made out to be. It's cold here, even in the months outside of winter. Sure, glossy photos of New Zealand's "sub-tropical" destinations - think anything north of Auckland - do wonders for tourism. But they fail to tell the truth - most of New Zealand is cold.
Central Heating New Zealand partners with Rinnai
Rinnai New Zealand, a subsidiary of Rinnai Corporation, the world’s most innovative heating appliance manufacturer, has purchased a 50 percent stake in Central Heating New Zealand Ltd.