HOW TO DECIDE WHAT HEATING SYSTEM IS BEST FOR YOU
Its simple! Just make contact and we can take it from there
Choosing a central heating system
The first step is to have a conversation about your expectations and what’s important to you. During this process the central heating system including the heat source that is best suited to you, your family and your home will become clear. Get in touch with KE KELIT Climate Control today.
Central heating costs
Once this initial consultation is completed you will receive in writing a summary of the central heating system discussed that is most suited to you, estimated operating costs and estimated system costs.
Bringing your heating system to life
Depending on the requirements of your home and system we will then proceed to either a full design with one of our design engineers or put you in touch with an installer who can go through the design process with you.
CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEM DESIGN PROCESS
Bringing a European approach to New Zealand heating design
A 3D model of your home is created, and all project specific building information is entered into the thermal calculation software
The design process involves sizing your central heating system. Things like the amount of underfloor heating piping and size of radiators is important.
Fine tune the design by optimising the central heating system to improve efficiency and reducing energy consumption.
The control of your central heating system will be user friendly and tailored to your family’s requirements, lifestyle and specific requests.
YOUR HOME DETAILS
The KE KELIT Climate Control team of design engineers will require a set of house plans. This won’t be a problem for new builds, however accurate plans for existing homes can be a bit harder to come by.
In these instances when accurate plans are not available we will arrange with you a time that is convenient to come and measure up your home. During this visit we capture specific details about your home that are required to complete the design process.
The whole design process is completed in accordance with European central heating standards and once completed all design data and verification reports are available in addition to system design and installation drawings.