• Biogas and Hydrogen: Revolutionising the Central Heating Industry in New Zealand

    Biogas - Heating Up the Future As global conversations amplify around renewable energy and climate change, New Zealand's central heating industry could soon witness a paradigm shift.

  • Designer Taste and Designer Radiators

    If you have a taste for something a bit fancier or off the beaten path, Central Heating New Zealand has got something right up your alley.

  • Underfloor, Radiators or Both?

    Hydronic central heating stands out as the optimal heating solution for all types of homes.

  • PE-RT Pipe Benefits

    Central Heating New Zealand is a leading supplier of underfloor pipe in New Zealand and has been supplying our European-manufactured Multitubo PE-RT (Polyethylene - Raised Temperature) underfloor pipe since 2013.

  • Sustainable Pellet Boilers

    OverviewClimate change, carbon footprint, net zero emissions.

  • Electric vs Hydronic Underfloor Heating

    Underfloor heating is the most luxurious form of heating as its radiant heat is evenly distributed throughout your home.

  • Renewable Energy Biomass Boilers

    As New Zealanders, most of us are familiar with the concept of lugging the firewood off the trailer, stacking it inside the garage wall, and when you need to fill…

  • Gas boilers: the preferred heat source

    Whether you have an existing home or building new, central heating can be tailored to your project’s needs – whilst ensuring every room is comfortably warm, even during the coldest…

  • Korado Radiator

    The Korado Line radiator is a smooth, linear-lined steel panel radiator with a contemporary look.

  • Get more out of your central heating by heating your pool or spa

    Most outdoor swimming pools that Kiwi’s have at home are for use over the summer period. Heating the pool in the shoulder seasons extends the use and fun factor.

  • Why we choose Multitubo

    When it comes to your central heating system every component has an important role to play.

  • Ceiling & Wall Cooling Panels

    We need heating around 200 days of the year, but during the warmer summer months, a little cooling is needed to take the edge off those hot days.

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