Waterware: Introducing Active Ceiling

Waterware: Introducing Active Ceiling

Waterware have recently introduced an exciting technology to the New Zealand market. Active Ceiling is a heating and cooling solution designed for residential builds, using radiant heating technology. The system can be powered by either diesel or gas boilers, as well as air-to-water heat pumps.

Panels are installed in the ceiling cavity and radiantly heat and cool the home, working in a similar manner to how the sun warms the earth. This is a highly efficient operation; with no noise generation, air or dust circulation and significantly lower CO2 emissions than other heating systems. Designed to increase comfort and decrease the stress of living and sleeping environments, it’s also highly effective for allergy sufferers.

Active Ceiling is a complete technology; replacing underfloor heating, radiators and other heating and cooling appliances in the home. Active Ceiling for commercial installations will be available in late 2019.

Waterware has been in the business for nearly 30 years, working with leading manufacturers to bring the best products and solutions to New Zealand shores. The company continues to scour international trade shows every year for the very best European technology and products, importing quality central heating, bathroomware and plumbing materials. Their full-time in-house technical team are dedicated to designing, training, trouble shooting and supporting the installer network to ensure their products get installed properly. Contact Waterware for a FREE heating system design and quote.

There are a number of ways you can learn more about Active Ceiling and Waterware’s other products and solutions. 

  • Visit their website: www.waterware.co.nz
  • Phone 0800 WATERWARE (0800 9283 79273) or 09 273 9191.
  • Schedule a visit to Waterware’s office in East Tamaki to experience Active Ceiling first-hand, installed in their office and showroom.
  • Sign up to Waterware’s newsletter online
  • Follow their Social Media pages