Split System Heat Pumps
Cool and heat your home using renewable energy and hybrid solutions.
Multi Split Heat Pumps
Heat or cool multiple rooms with one outdoor unit.
Ducted Heat Pumps
Heat or cool your entire home.
Improve the indoor air quality of a specific room or space.
Altherma Hot Water Heating
Innovative hydronic heating & cooling system.
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Where to buy Daikin?
A Daikin Specialist Dealer will assess, plan and install the right air conditioning solution for you, with creativity and sensitivity to the needs of your family or business.
*All appointed Daikin specialist dealers are independently owned and operated businesses
One of New Zealand’s most trusted names in heat pumps and air conditioning, Daikin supplies heating and cooling solutions for homes, businesses, and community projects across New Zealand.
As heat pump specialists, heat pumps are all we do. We take pride in designing products that provide environmentally conscious, energy efficient, and superior comfort in New Zealand homes and businesses.Choose the right heat pump >
Most Daikin split system heat pumps are approved by the Sensitive Choice New Zealand® program, and are some of the only air conditioning systems that carry the blue butterfly symbol.We care about your health >
Daikin’s 5-year parts and labour warranty applies to split, multi-split and ducted air conditioners purchased and installed in homes across New Zealand.Learn more >
Own your Daikin now. Pay later with finance options from GEM!Learn more >
Warmer Kiwi Homes with Daikin. You could be eligible for an EECA grant towards heating your home.Learn More >
You can buy Daikin heat pumps through our trusted Specialist Dealer network, who will assess, plan and install the right heating solution for your home or business.Search Dealer Network >
All you need to know to choose the best air conditioning or heat pump solution for your home, all year-round.
A heat pump controls temperature by transferring the heat energy from the air outside into your home. Because heating is performed by heat transfer, it uses much less electricity than a traditional electric heater which generates heat from electricity.
Have an older or less insulated house? Struggling with condensation and mould? Feeling cold and damp? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above, then a recent study may be able to shed some light.