A heat pump is an energy-saving technology that conveys heat without the need to generate heat. There is heat in the air even in places that are generally considered cold: for example, the North and South poles.
When decorating your home, you want to get every detail just right. Perhaps you’ve repainted your living space or reupholstered your furniture. You’ve spent countless hours browsing Pinterest and the inspiration is flowing.
Kiwi homes are renowned for being draughty, cold and damp, and we all know that a damp home is terrible for our health- our littlest ones being most at risk of developing asthma or other respiratory conditions.
With the blue skies and scorching heat finally starting to arrive, days at the beach and lounging around the pool on the weekend have never looked so good… that is, until the time comes to head indoors to try and get some sleep at the end of the day.
Humidity, all that muggy air. It can make you uncomfortable on those warm summer days and nights which isn't much fun. In New Zealand, we experience humid weather, even in an air-conditioned home, there can be a rise in humidity levels.