• Facebook
General working hours 7am - 5pm
Emergency hours 24/7
06 392 0144
022 392 0144

© 2016 by Kiwi Plumbing and Gas Limited

There's nothing quite as cosy as being tucked up next to a fire watching the flames dance about and the sound of the wood crackle with the heat.

 

If you are considering getting a wood fire in your home, we can supply, replace or install them for you. 

 

We also can do wetback systems if you would like the choice of heating your water efficiently from the fire heat.

 

Take advantage of our free quotes and get a price for your home today.

Compare different heating systems below.

There's nothing quite as cosy as being tucked up next to a fire watching the flames dance about, especially when you don't have to muck around with lighting it! Instant heat, instant effect.

Gas fires are great if you like the open flame look but don't want the fuss or mess involved with lighting it and keeping wood in the house. They provide instant heat and instant flame effect.

 

If you are considering getting a gas fire in your home, we can supply, replace, service or install them for you. 

 

Take advantage of our free quotes and get a price for your home today.

Compare different heating systems below.

Gas Fires

Wood Fires

Gas Fires

Advantages

Disadvantages

  • Cheap and efficient to run

  • Can have hot water system addition

  • Heating can be more efficient

  • Minimal servicing

  • Not power or gas dependent

  • Quick to light and maintain heat

  • Instant heat

  • Can be set to timer

  • Energy efficient

  • No permits required

  • Less space required 

  • Can be installed in wall

  • Decorative feature

  • Good for people with allergies

  • No mess

  • Small unobtrusive flue (chimney) options 

  • Requires permits and consents

  • Slow to light

  • Higher input required to light and maintain heat

  • Messier

  • Can take up a large area

  • Requires a hearth and a large flue (chimney)

  • Requires LPG or Natural Gas connection

  • Higher maintenance on some

  • Can be less efficient for heating depending upon installation set up.

  • Cannot have hot water system addition

  • Power dependent (most are)