Air conditioner buying guide – Summer is coming

Winter is drawing to a close and it might be time to install an air conditioner. Auckland is known for its warm summer temperatures and cold winters. One way to beat heat is with an air conditioner. But did you know that some air conditioners can also heat your home through the winter. Let’s look at some of the different models offered at Kiwi Heat Pumps to find the best option for your home.

The heat pump might be one of the most unfortunately named appliances from a marketing perspective. A lot of people assume from the name that they are only capable of heating. However, that is not true. Almost all heat pumps also act as an air conditioner.

Unlike a traditional air conditioner, heat pumps are capable of both heating and cooling a room. Making them a very sound investment for your home’s climate control year round. Auckland, and much of New Zealand needs both heating during the winter, and cooling in the summer. So, having an air conditioner that can do both is extremely cost effective.

Let’s look at some of the air conditioner offers at Kiwi Heat Pumps:


Its modern design means it will fit seamlessly into the room’s interior. It’s matte design and smooth edges are perfect for contemporary homes.

With a heating capacity of 3.2kw and a cooling capacity of 2.5kw, this Fujitsu unit is perfect for a smaller lounge area. 


If you have a larger home then you might what something with a bit more power. This unit has the same elegant design as the above mentioned air conditioner, but with a heating capacity of 6kw and a cooling capacity of 5kw. Nearly double that of the Fujitsu ASTG09KMTC. 

Kiwiheatpumps Your Air Conditioner Expert

If you are looking to keep your home cool this summer then look no further than Kiwi Heat Pumps. We are happy to help you find the right air conditioner for your home so you can beat the heat or stay warm through the winter months. Call 0800 549 443 or contact us online for expert advice.

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