Nelson Heat Pump system specialists since 1996
Citi Heat Cool was started by Alan White to provide quality heat and cooling solutions for home owners and commercial and industrial businesses in Nelson. The business changed hands in 2013 when current owner Dean Moffat purchased it.
Citi Heat Cool operates throughout the Nelson and Tasman area, from our handy central location in Pascoe Street, behind the Mitre 10 Mega store.
We currently employ 2 full time refrigeration engineers, an electrician, an apprentice and an office manager/administrator. We work in tandem with our sister company Martella in Blenheim to cover the entire Top of the South regions.
Our capabilities range up to large scale commercial and industrial projects.
About Dean Moffat and Citi Heat Cool
Dean is a qualified refrigeration engineer with a Level 4 trade certificate, as well as being electrical certified and IQP registered. He bought Citi Heat Cool because he wanted to provide a service where the customer is the priority across all areas: communication, action and results.
He enjoys the daily variety of the role, working with different types of people and solving all sorts of problems to do with heat, ventilation and cooling.
“My aim is to make Citi Heat Cool the pre-eminent residential, commercial and industrial air conditioning and refrigeration brand in the Nelson Tasman region, through delivering quality advice and exceptional service and results.”
Get energy wise with Citi Heat Cool
Citi Heat Cool are experts in installing and servicing HRV and heat transfer systems. We often get enquiries from customers wanting to know more about what a heat recovery and ventilation system does and what the benefits are.
The key advantages for installing a system that provides quality air and heat transfer throughout the home are centred on energy savings and having a healthier home environment. Being warm and comfortable at home has the biggest impact on your family’s health and wellbeing.
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is always happy to help answer people’s questions on what type of heat transfer or HRV system is right for their place, and how to be more energy wise.