Home Hot Water Case Studies
New Zealand case studies of hot water heating solutions. Hot water heat pumps are one of the most efficient ways to heat hot water for underfloor heating, sanitary hot water, swimming or spa pools all year round.
Located on the sunny east coast of Auckland, a Rothesay Bay family completed a basement excavation project that features Ecodan Hot Water Heat Pump at the heart of their hydronic underfloor heating and potable water heating.
Located high within the hills of Wellington and overlooking the stunning harbour, an energy conscious family embarked on a renovation of their traditional style 1920s Northland villa with low carbon technology at the forefront of their project.
Take a short 25-minute drive out of the hustle and bustle that is Auckland’s CBD and you’ll arrive at this tranquil Oratia home, nestled within 32 acres of park-like grounds and native bush. The owners of this property have recently completed a home renovation project, with an extension that presented the perfect opportunity for an environmentally friendly solution for their underfloor space heating and domestic hot water needs.
Located 90 kilometres southwest of Nelson, Saint Arnaud is an idyllic small alpine village where a couple was after an energy efficient whole home hot water and underfloor heating solution for their abode.
This 100-year-old family home is located in Greymouth on the West Coast of the South Island. The bungalow is typical of the houses built around that period in New Zealand and required an updated hot water and space heating solution.
Located in Titahi Bay between Wellington and the Kapiti Coast, this newly built abode required a hot water and whole home heating solution that was both energy efficient and safe.
This new build home in Judgeford has been built using the Homestar rating tool which certifies the health, efficiency and sustainability of New Zealand homes.
Located in Seatoun, Wellington, this high-end family home didn’t only aim to please the eye, but also to be as energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly as possible.
When embarking on designing/building a 268m², energy efficient home the homeowners wanted to include a hot water system capable of simultaneously providing sanitary hot water and underfloor heating without compromising efficiency.
On the hills of Mount Kaukau near Wellington City is the suburb of Ngaio where this family residence underwent a considerable makeover with the goal of significantly reducing their energy use in the newly renovated home.