Awaura Synergy - Warming and eco-powering our deep south Awaura Synergy - Warming and eco-powering our deep south

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Energising your business for the future

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We’re experts in helping ensure business spaces are healthy, comfortable, and energy efficient – bringing warmth and light to your office. We’ll help you create office spaces that are warm, welcoming and comfortable for your staff, and the clients and suppliers that come to visit you.

The Awarua Synergy team are experts in insulation, heating, lighting and saving power – we’ll work with you to understand what you need for your office, and present you with a range of smart energy solutions that will energise your place for the future. We’ll help you explore your options, drawing on years of experience getting the best out of office spaces, and together we’ll create a business environment that supports happy, healthy working.

Whether you’re looking to brighten your office space, provide consistent warmth across your rooms, or just save on your power bill, we’ve got the range of products and materials to help your business and your buildings.

Time to brighten and warm your office space – and save power! Call your expert team at Awarua Synergy on 0800 WARM SOUTH for a FREE, unconditional assessment of your offices and the options available to you.

Call your expert team at Awarua Synergy on
0800 WARM SOUTH for a FREE, unconditional assessment.

Did you know:

Hot water heating is 38% of household energy use

Did you know:

Cleaning mould with white vinegar kills it

Energy Tip:

Don’t dry cloth inside, each load will release 5-6 litres of water vapour, damp air is harder and more expensive to heat

Did you know:

The current average rate of increase in electricity prices is 8.5%

Energy Tip:

Place beds on internal walls away from windows, especially new born babies, young children or anyone with respiratory conditions.

Did you know:

Insulating a home is an investment for future generations who live in the house

Energy Tip:

A reminder to organise your firewood during summer ready for next winter, to ensure its nice and dry, ready for burning

Energy Tip:

Use kitchen extractors when cooking or use pot lids, extractors for bathroom must run 20 minutes after your shower to remove moisture

Did you know:

Insulation Government study (Motu report) shows 5 to 1 benefit from investment, primarily in terms of health outcomes and reduced hospital admissions

Energy Tip:

Wrapping how water cylinders and lagging pipes can help reduce electricity costs of heating hot water

Energy Tip:

Run heat pump in “Heat” mode not in Auto, if you going out switch off, clean filters regular, get professional to do internal clean every 2 years.

Energy Tip:

If you have mould growing inside your house clean it with white vinegar as this kills it and then try and ventilate daily by opening windows

Energy Tip:

Choose the right sized externally vented extractor fan for the job, a fan to small wont remove moist air and a fan too large can create draughts, ensure you have automatic controls, such as a timer which runs for 20 minutes after it is turned off.

Energy Tip:

When cooking ensure other parts of the house are closed, if doors are left open the warm moist

Did you know:

Every $1 spent on insulation equates to a $4 return on investment

Did you know:

Cold damp homes mean more Asthma

Did you know:

Insulation makes your home warmer, drier and healthier….and it lasts for generations

Energy Tip:

Un-flued portable gas heaters can cause a huge amount of moisture and toxic fumes in the air, leading to moisture problems resulting in mould issues

Energy Tip:

Check hot water temperature, make sure it’s at 55 degrees at the tap (60 degrees at the Hot Water Cylinder)

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Consider efficient heating, such as heat pumps, wood burners, wetbacks

Energy Tip:

If your shower fills a 10 litre bucket in less than a minute, fit a shower flow restrictor to cut hot water costs significantly.

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Insulation reduces heat loss, did you know indoor temperatures below 16 degrees affects respiratory function in vulnerable people and temperatures below 12 degrees affect heart function

Energy Tip:

On average heating is the largest energy use in the home, in colder parts of NZ can account for 40% or more, so ensure you have the correct heating source and size

Energy Tip:

Close of unused rooms so that you are not wasting energy heating them

Did you know:

Damp air is harder to heat

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Opening windows 20 minutes per day exchanges air making home easier to heat

Energy Tip:

Consider window security stays so the house can be ventilated when not at home

Energy Tip:

Don’t fill your kettle right up every time – just boil the amount of water you need

Did you know:

At 3% inflation, household energy bills are set to double again in the next 20 years

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Warmer drier homes = fewer hospital admissions

Energy Tip:

Curtains are your windows insulation. Three layers are best and make sure that they hang below the window or to the floor.

Did you know:

Cold homes contribute to 1600 extra deaths in NZ per year

Energy Tip:

When opening curtains ensure they are pulled back or tied back as far as possible, any window not exposed to the free solar gain of the sun, decreases free heating your home can use.

Did you know:

Recommended temperature for utility or laundry rooms should be 14-16 degrees

Energy Tip:

Net curtains prevent free solar gain from the sun to heat your home, only use if necessary

Did you know:

Damp air causes respiratory problems

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Space heating is 36% of household energy use

Energy Tip:

Draught proofing or sealing up draught’s can reduce heat lost, check doors, windows, cat doors and unused chimneys

Energy Tip:

Ensure oven, fridge and freezer seals are tight and don’t have any air gaps, to test them place a piece of paper in the appliance door and close, if the paper falls out consider replacing seals to stop the energy leaks.

Did you know:

NZ homes are expensive to run, we spent approx $250m on inadequate heating

Did you know:

Drying clothes inside creates 5 litres of moisture per day

Energy Tip:

Make sure insulation is installed correctly as the performance can drop.

Energy Tip:

Don’t add unnecessary moisture

Energy Tip:

Opening windows for 20 minutes per day to ventilate will help get rid of trapped moisture and stale air, making your home easier to heat

Energy Tip:

Limit in door plants to prevent moisture

Did you know:

Recommended temperature for bedrooms should be 16-18 degrees

Energy Tip:

Open windows on opposite side of house to create cross ventilation

Energy Tip:

Open curtains during the day to allow the sun to heat your home and then close them just before sunset

Energy Tip:

If you’re going away on holiday, turn off you hot water cylinder and any standby appliances, even if its just for a short time, it will save energy and money.

Did you know:

NZ has one of the highest rates of asthma in the OEDC that's 1 in 4 children, costing us about $4 billion per year

Energy Tip:

Cross ventilating by opening two windows in a room can help exchange fresh air faster, if there is fog outside wait until the fog has lifted to prevent extra moisture entering the home

Did you know:

Recommended temperature for living rooms should be 18-22 degrees

Did you know:

Un-flued gas heaters create 1 litre of moisture per hour