Centrally Heat your whole home from a Diesel Boiler
Warm water, or hydronic, central heating is used throughout the developed world and is the most common form of heating, but is still relatively unknown in New Zealand as Kiwi’s historically have heated one or two rooms and been happy to throw on an extra layer as they explore the rest of the house. In a warm water central heating system, water is heated by a single heat source such as a diesel boiler and then circulated throughout the house to underfloor or radiator heat emitters, creating a home that you can fully utilize throughout the year.
Diesel boilers are a popular choice of heat source for farmers as diesel is usually delivered to the farm to fuel other machinery. They are a cost-efficient heating option because they are very energy efficient and have relatively low running costs, ranging from 14.8-16.5¢/kW depending on the boiler and the location of the home. They are a versatile heat source in that they can heat both radiator and underfloor systems, and they can be placed inside or outside the home according to the needs of the homeowners.
Central Heating New Zealand offers a range of quality European diesel boilers from Firebird, which have proven to be reliable and effective heat sources for central heating in New Zealand.