Get your air conditioning system sorted with Fujitsu heat pump – on sale NOW!
If you’re thinking about installing an air conditioning unit to keep your house cool this sunny-season, you’d better not dilly-dally!
NIWA predicts higher than average temperatures for November and into the summer period, with temperatures in some regions – including Christchurch! – soaring into the 30s.
The weather cycle known to weather gurus as El Niño is set to make its presence felt across the country. For the Shaky Isles this means warm seas and high pressure systems that will usher in some very hot days, starting in November.
When it comes to air conditioning, heat pumps really are your best bet for year-round comfort. More practical and effective than electric fans, a heat pump is the perfect solution for staying cool in the hot, muggy summer air.
Hot El Niño days are on their way…
Breathe easy, fellow Cantabrians, New Zealand Heat Pumps has got you covered with some great deals on quality Fujitsu heat pumps!
Right now we’re running a nation-wide sale on two Fujitsu heat pump models.
The Fujitsu ASTG14LUCB is a 5.4kW high wall heat pump best suited to small-medium sized living areas. This air conditioning unit is a great option for landlords looking for a solution to New Zealand’s new mandatory rental heating regulations.
Need something a little bigger? Try the Fujitsu ASTG18KMCB 6.0kW high wall heat pump. This one is ideal for homeowners with a larger area to keep cool – or to warm up in winter!
Be quick – El Niño is on its way and these deals won’t last all summer!
If you have dilly-dallied, not to worry, the team at New Zealand Heat Pumps will always have a hot offer available to you – just keep an eye out on our website or Facebook page for the latest air conditioning deals.
NIWA provide weather and climate information for New Zealand. They’re a wealth of information if you’re interested in what’s happening with our weather.
Follow their twitter account or facebook page, or visit their website to be informed with the latest weather information from NIWA. You can also subscribe to their weather channel on Youtube.