Do you need assistance with the installation of a centrally ducted air-source heat pump in your residence? Our certified and insured technicians at House Depot Home Services are ready to assist you.
Don’t miss the opportunity to take advantage of the government Home Efficiency Rebate Plus (HER+) and upgrade your old heating and cooling system to the more efficient and cost effective heat pump systems.
Heat pumps are 2-in-1 systems. A heat pump works as a heating system in winter to heat your home and as an air conditioner in summer to cool your space. The energy efficiency of heat pumps makes them one of the most eco-friendly and cost-effective solutions for heating and cooling homes in Canada.
These HVAC systems will help you save on energy costs and decrease your carbon footprint. Upgrade to a qualifying centrally ducted air-source heat pump in 2023 and get $6,500 rebates from the government on your new system plus $600 to cover the energy audit expenses.
We offer a range of high-efficiency and quality standard and cold climate heat pumps from market leading manufacturers such as Mitsubishi Electric, Rheem, Goodman and KeepRite.
Contact us today, and we’ll help you choose the best centrally ducted heat pump system. When our professional heat pump installers take care of your new system, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that your system’s been properly installed and will provide you with reliable heating and cooling for years to come.
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Whether you’re need a new centrally ducted or ductless mini split air conditioner, or air conditioner replacement services in Toronto, we have all the knowledge and expertise to help you get the best out of your investment.
A Ducted air-source heat pump replaces the home’s air conditioner and uses an air handler and existing ductworks of the house to distribute conditioned air throughout the house. The heat pump provides heating in winter and cooling in summer.
Unlike traditional fuel burning heating systems such as gas furnaces, or electric resistance heaters, heat pumps do not generate heat. They heat your home by extracting heat from outdoor air using refrigeration cycles, and release that heat in your home. They can deliver up to three times more heat energy than the electrical energy they consume.
There are two types of centrally ducted heat pumps available in Canada, standard air-source heat pumps and cold climate air-source heat pumps.
While both can provide heating and cooling, standard heat pumps work best at temperatures above freezing and provide efficient heating in milder days. They are combined with an auxiliary heating system, (usually a gas furnace) for when the outside temperature drops below freezing.
Cold Climate Air-Source Heat Pumps, such as Mitsubishi Electric Zuba Central, are specifically designed for the harsh winter of Canada, and can efficiently provide heating when outdoor temperatures drop below freezing (down to -22°F/-30°C). These systems can entirely replace the gas furnace. They also can be combined with an auxiliary electric resistance heater for extreme cold days when outdoor temperature drops below -22°F/-30°C.
A Hybrid system, also known as dual-fuel system, consists of an electrical heat pump and a backup heating system (a gas furnace or an electric resistance heater).
A significant amount of the energy needed to heat a home throughout the year is used when the temperature outside is not too cold. The air-source heat pump used to provide most of the home’s heating needs by extracting heat from the air outside (using refrigeration cycle) in milder outdoor temperatures and releasing it inside to heat your home.
Standard air-Source Heat Pumps (ASHP) work best when outdoor temperature is above 40°F (~4°C) and Cold Climate Heat Pumps (ccASHP) when the above -22°F (-30°C). When a heat pump can not provide heat efficiently, the hybrid system automatically turns off the heat pump and switches to the backup unit, (gas furnace or electric resistance heater) for more efficient heating.
Ducted and Ductless heat pumps serve different purposes. Centrally ducted heat pumps are the best choice to heat and cool the entire house with existing ductworks or new constructions.
Mini split or multi split Ductless heat pumps can heat and cool single or multiple rooms using a single outdoor unit and single or multiple indoor units. They are great solutions for heating and cooling a single room or the entire house without existing ductworks.
For more than 20 years, House Depot Home Services has proudly offered superior-quality heat pump installation and repair service throughout Toronto and Greater Toronto Area.
When you’re looking to install a ducted or ductless heat pump system in your home, we offer a full range of heat pump products from leading manufacturers so you can get exactly what you’re looking for. Call us today or request service online.