We are the only approved heat pump installers for Warmer Kiwi Homes in Taranaki. We passed all the criteria, which means you can have peace of mind that you are in good hands when it comes to installing your heat pump.
The Warmer Kiwi Homes grant covers up to 90% of the cost of a heat pump in your main living area. Grants for heat pumps are capped at $3000 incl. GST.
To be eligible for a grant you need to own the home you live in, and:
To be eligible for a grant for a heat pump you will need to meet the criteria above, and:
As plumbers, gasfitters and drainlayers, it is our duty to protect the health and safety of our region by ensuring people’s water is safe to drink, wastewater and sewage is disposed of safely, and gas appliances are safe to use.
We protect homes, schools, rest homes, and commercial enterprises, with essential plumbing services. We give our customers peace of mind, knowing we will uphold our obligation to keep them safe.
Climate & Plumbing is the leading provider of heating, cooling, ventilation, gasfitting and plumbing products and services in Taranaki.
With a diverse team readily available, we design and install new and upgrade systems.
We provide scheduled maintenance, as well as reactive breakdown and emergency services.
Not sure what you need? Eliminate the guesswork with our consultation service.
During the consultation, one of our experts will learn about your needs and then recommend the best indoor climate, gas or plumbing system for your home or businesses.
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