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Heat Pumps Make For Healthy Living

Heat Pumps Make For Healthy Living

A recent survey by Canstar Blue has shown that more than 50% of Kiwis have noticed health improvements since installing their heat pumps.

Other interesting survey findings include:

• Those under the age of 30 are the most likely age group to have noticed they are healthier (59%) compared to those aged 70 and over (47%).

• Forty three per cent of New Zealanders say that having a heat pump has reduced their power bills

• Close to three quarters of Kiwis (74%) now believe that a heat pump is a must have in any house that they live in

• Kiwis under the age of 30 are feeling the pinch when it comes to paying their electricity bill; 38% of the younger generation are having to reduce their spending on other items so they can pay their power bills

• Women (33%) are significantly more likely than men (26%) to have had to cut down on other purchases so they can ensure they have enough money to pay power

• A large portion of Kiwis (42%) are anxious about opening their power bills, especially in the winter months

• Close to half (47%) of New Zealanders are using the timing functionality on their pumps

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