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# 207882 18-Jan-2017 10:24
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Getting quotes in for a Heat Pump in a 4 x 4 Mtr bedroom. Looking at getting the Fujitsu ASTG09KMCA e3 series (Heat 3.2kw Cool 2.5kw COP 4.92 EER 4.9)

 

So looking for good installer recommendation in the Tauranga region.

 

 

 

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  # 1705131 18-Jan-2017 11:35
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I've two aircon units installed in my house in Tauranga by Snowden Electrical .  The most recent was in 2015 and was a Fujitsu ASTG 18 unit.  Cost about 2670 inc GST installed..





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  # 1706504 20-Jan-2017 16:42
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old3eyes:

 

I've two aircon units installed in my house in Tauranga by Snowden Electrical .  The most recent was in 2015 and was a Fujitsu ASTG 18 unit.  Cost about 2670 inc GST installed..

 

 

Thanks - got two quotes (the third, Noel Lemming contractor, did not contact us), have gone for Snowden Electrical due to price. The funny thing is that the same bloke from this company installed the Heat Pump we have in the lounge about 15 years ago, way before we  bought the property.

 

I will post back after the install.





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