Founded back in 1926 in the heart of the Melbourne’s central business district, Automatic Heating has outgrown its headquarters and moved four times over four generations, from relatively humble beginnings, operating out of offices in Temple Court to our current facility on Gateway Boulevard in Epping.
We still uphold the most stringent standards that keep us at the heart of the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning industry; standing for quality, reliability, innovation and sustainability.
Automatic Heating continues to evolve and embrace new technologies and systems emerging in the heating industry at a global level. Along with attending international HVAC exhibitions to keep abreast of new developments, Automatic Heating management continue to invest in product research and development to ensure our products and services meet the demands of Australian conditions and the Australian market.
Automatic Heating has been active through the evolution of energy sources from fossil fuels, moving through coal, oil and gas, on to alternative energy sources including solar, geothermal and other renewable energy generation methods.
Throughout the years, iconic sites such as the International Towers Sydney (ITS) in the ambitious Barangaroo development, the Casey Station research base in Antarctica and Australia’s largest shopping centre in Chadstone, Melbourne. Our continually growing experience makes each one more innovative and energy-efficient than the last.
Since the start of the current century, Automatic Heating have warmly welcomed and promoted the introduction of Green Star and National Australian Built Environment Rating System known as NABERS building efficiency ratings and other initiatives such as the Commercial Building Disclosure scheme as they grade and develop increasingly energy-efficient solutions that exemplify best-practice, integrated, sustainable heating and cooling systems.
The innovative minds behind this company have had their finger on the pulse of the country’s heating and cooling needs for so long they have developed an adept understanding of the need for high-efficiency ratings in commercial buildings.