We couldn’t exist without the wonderful people and organisations that support us. We’re incredibly grateful to all those who provide their ideas, time, support and donations. This month we want to say an extra special thanks to Fujitsu Heat Pumps.
Fujitsu are The Home Comfort Specialist and are a long term supporter of The Little Miracles Trust.
March 2015 is a great month to celebrate their efforts. On the hot and humid days a Fujitsu Heat Pump is the perfect option for keeping your house comfortable. Also, with the days starting to get shorter, and the odd day cooler, many will be thinking of their upcoming home heating needs.
Fujitsu offer the perfect solution with their new e3™ Series Heat Pumps. These use a totally new thermodynamic system to heat and cool your home environment. The system will deliver more heat for your dollar than ever before. That means great savings on your power bills. Even better, is a significant environmental improvement on previous Heat Pump systems with significantly reduced global warming potential as well as zero ozone depletion potential.
A healthy home is vitally important for raising a family. With healthy air filters it’s little wonder that the e3™ Heat Pump Series is recommended by Asthma New Zealand.
For more information on the new Fujitsu e3™ Series Heat Pumps, see below and also head to: www.fujitsugeneral.co.nz/e3-series.
Fundraising auction: Fujitsu e3™ Series Heat Pump
For all details, and to see the current bidding, head to the Trade Me auction.
- Prize must be redeemed before July 2015
- Nationwide installation is included
It is important to have the correct size unit for the area to be heated/cooled. The e3 series offer between 3.2kw and 6kw of heat which will heat up to a medium sized room. Fujitsu’s recommended accredited installer will visit your home to consult on the best unit for the job and will recommend all the options available. If you have an unusually complicated installation job or a large room that pushes the value of the package over $3,000 the difference in price will need to be paid by the auction winner.However, under these circumstances, and if the bidder agrees, there are other less expensive models that could be substituted at the time to minimise any extra cost.